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This is a presentation on Facebook Privacy Settings. It was presented at the Feb 25th Virtual Conference that APCUG held on the internet.

This is a presentation on Facebook Privacy Settings. It was presented at the Feb 25th Virtual Conference that APCUG held on the internet.


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  • 1. Facebook – Are YOU Overexposed?February 25, 2012APCUG VirtualConference 2Learn about FacebookPrivacy Settings SoYOU are in control ofyour privacy
  • 2. Your Presenter . . .Jim Evansjamesievans@gmail.comwww.facebook.com/jimevanswww.linkedin.com/in/jamesievansJim has been involved in technology & computers for 30+ yearsand has written and presented on technology around thecountry. He is a long time director of APCUG. Jim maintains atech page at www.facebook.com/GeekClean
  • 3. For good or bad,Facebook keepschanging it’s interfaceand settingsThey do this to get youto share more while atthe same time givingyou more control . . . intheory
  • 4. Remember You’reAre NOT the Customer
  • 5. Your Data Is the Product Being Sold to Advertisers
  • 6. Today’s Presentation• We will review a series of screenshots to show you the various settings you need to be aware of,• There will be a video or two,• At the end, there will be a live demo and time for questions,• See www.gcpcug.org/facebook to see the slides, resources and videos. There will be more posted soon.
  • 7. Privacy SettingsIn the upper rightcorner, look for thedrop down menunext to the homebutton.
  • 8. Privacy SettingsThis is where you post stuff. You can say who youare with, where you are and then who you want tosee your post.
  • 9. Default PrivacyPublic is EVERYONE. Friends are your friends. Custom letyou use lists to create sub sets of your friends. Bydefault, Facebook starts you at Public.The settings on the remaining slides are Facebook’sDEFAULTS. You need to change them to what YOU arecomfortable with.
  • 10. Main Privacy Settings
  • 11. How You Connect
  • 12. How You Connect
  • 13. Main Privacy Settings
  • 14. How Tags Work
  • 15. Timeline Review
  • 16. How Tags Work
  • 17. Tag Review
  • 18. Control Who See What’s You Are Tagged In
  • 19. How Tags Work
  • 20. Being Tagged In Photos
  • 21. How Tags Work
  • 22. Let Your Friends Check You In?
  • 23. Main Privacy Settings
  • 24. Apps & Games – Important!
  • 25. Look Carefully at What Info the App Pulls From You!
  • 26. Who Can See Your Activity?
  • 27. More Settings . . .
  • 28. Information That Can Be Shared
  • 29. More Settings . . .
  • 30. What Facebook Will Share With Other Websites
  • 31. More Settings . . .
  • 32. Do You Want to be in Google?
  • 33. Main Privacy Settings
  • 34. Adjust Settings On Old Posts
  • 35. Main Privacy Settings
  • 36. Blocking
  • 37. Account SettingsIn the upper rightcorner, look for thedrop down menu nextto the home button.
  • 38. Account Settings
  • 39. General Settings
  • 40. Account Settings
  • 41. Security Settings
  • 42. Account Settings
  • 43. Notification Settings
  • 44. Notification Settings
  • 45. Notification Settings
  • 46. Account Settings
  • 47. Facebook Ads
  • 48. Facebook Ads
  • 49. Facebook Ads
  • 50. App Invites & Settings
  • 51. Ignore or Accept
  • 52. Facebook Algorithms Facebook is very good at figuring out who you are, what you are, and what you are interested in. Think of Facebook as evil and not as your friend and protector. This will make you more careful.
  • 53. Remember You’reAre NOT the Customer
  • 54. Your Presenter . . .Jim Evansjamesievans@gmail.comwww.facebook.com/jimevanswww.linkedin.com/in/jamesievansJim has been involved in technology & computers for 30+ yearsand has written and presented on technology around thecountry. He is a long time director of APCUG. He maintains atech page at www.facebook.com/GeekClean