Facebook Privacy When You Post Your Status and Photos

inshadowz: out of context

Tired of seeing all kinds of status messages from all sorts of people whom you do not even know in the Facebook News Ticker or on your News Feed? Please help us all by making sure you are not part of the problem! “Moi?” you may say, and feel rightfully shocked at the mere implication, but please hear me out. Even if you turn out to be innocent, you may well have friends who need to hear about it. I know I do.

You see, every time you post something on Facebook, you can adjust the privacy setting of that specific item. It’s a simple trick, but still a common mistake to ignore it and post something utterly private the the open “Public” or to “Friends of friends”. Then if a friend clicks “Like” or makes a comment to what you posted, it becomes visible to their friends, even…

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