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Learn how to choose the right Facebook privacy settings for you and your family.

Learn how to choose the right Facebook privacy settings for you and your family.

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How to Protect Your Privacy on Facebook How to Protect Your Privacy on Facebook Presentation Transcript

  • Privacy on Online
    How to protect your privacy on Facebook.
  • Start Here
    Click Account and select “Privacy Settings”
  • Customize General Settings
    Start by clicking “Customize settings.”
  • Things I Share
    1
    You can select Everyone, Friends of Friends, Friends Only or create a custom list.
  • Things Others Share and Contact Information
    Be sure to check that your phone number and address are private to only you.
    2
  • Settings for Facebook Apps and Games
    Click “Edit your settings.”
  • 1
    Remove Unwanted and Spammy Apps
    2
    You can also disable search engines from listing your profile page and prevent websites from accessing your preferences.
  • Choose people to block
    Click “Edit your lists.”
  • Customize who you want to hear from and about what
    Blocking a user entirely prevents them from attempting to communicate with you, view your profile and posts, and request to be your friend.
    You can also block certain users from inviting you to events or to use apps.
    Or you can block an app altogether.
  • For more info from Facebook about privacy settings
    Just click “Learn more”
  • We’re committed to helping your family stay safe online.
    Visit our blog at www.Childhelp.org for more tips about online safety.