The new Facebook privacy menu, stepping

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Facebook has made some changes to their privacy settings (yes, again). No options have changed itself, but the way we access them, to be still easier to use . To see them, just click on the little lock icon in the upper right corner of your profile.

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As you can see, the options basic privacy settings on Facebook are now organized into three simple parts: Who can see my stuff? , Who can contact me? and How do I stop bothering someone follow me? . They are, as I said, the most basic privacy settings and probably the most used.

Within each of these blocks there are more options. To see them, just click on the title of one of them. For example, within Who can see my stuff? you can check who has access to what you post on your wall, see a summary of all your activity on Facebook (comments, likes , etc..) and, importantly, see who and where tagged you on Facebook.

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Another interesting option is to to see your profile as someone else sees it . To do this, click View as (last option within Who can see my stuff? ) and enter the top menu the name of the person you want to check.

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In Who can contact me? can see who has the option to send private messages or add you as a friend.

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Finally, How do I stop bothering someone follow me? can easily block those you get the rod in Facebook. You only have to enter your name or email address in the box.

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From the time that person may not initiate conversations with you, and see what you post on your wall. You still have access, yes, what you publish in groups, applications, and other common areas that you share.

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The new Facebook privacy menu, stepping
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January 8, 2013


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