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  • 1. Facebook privacy problem
  • 2. Six areas of concern  1.the users to share too much information.  2, some users set privacy controls.  3, the data collected by Facebook more than you think.  4.the degree of data sharing beyond your expectations.  5, the protection of the law is not perfect.  6, the privacy problems are still increasing
  • 3. Andrew Noyes  the company treats a very strict privacy and security issues. Every day they really carried the privacy of hundreds of millions of times to check to ensure that they can to ensure that we are willing to share with the people to browse content. Facebook is trying to respond to some concerns, even if Post to this article, Facebook announced that it will offer users a wider permission to record the operating records of their past Facebook.
  • 4. Application exist privacy risk Your personal data have been leaked is through the Facebook game and all kinds of Application. It doesn’t matter when you open, it will get your public information, such as your name, gender and personal photo and your friends list, even if you did not put this friend list public. If still give App certain privileges, it can penetrate deeper, even see your friend to share with you the information, unless they are in their privacy Settings in set up not allowed through the App to share.
  • 5. Application exist privacy risk As a result, unless you have carefully set up privacy control, a friend who running App can without your knowledge for your information. The trouble is that only found that 37% of Facebook users said they through the privacy Settings limit how much information can be through the App to view.
  • 6. Conclusion:  We are concerned about Facebook because it is the world’s largest social network, with 800 million users, much higher than Google. We have found a number of attractive content, even there are worrisome. However that is worth you to understand, if you want to protect your privacy better.
  • 7. Facebook Privacy Importance to control privacy Ways/Tips to manage facebook privacy 1. Protecting your reputation 2. As one self’s safety 3. Preventing invasion of privacy 1. Don't accept unknown friend request from strangers. 2. Monitor what your friends are sending and sharing with you. 3. Make sure that what you are sharing or posting is not going to cause regret. 4. Manage the photos, comments, and links that you are tagged in. 4. Reducing psychological risks 5. Download Facebook security software.
  • 8. Importance to control facebook privacy 1.Protecting your reputation ~Facebook profile (now called timeline) is a representation of you online. ~One’s own postings to be incriminating. ~45% of employers in the United States check social networking sites to screen job applicants and a further 11% plan to do so in the future. 2. As one self’s safety ~10-15% of Facebook users set their sharing to “public,” rather than friends-only. That’s about 500,000 of those 4.8 million location-sharers. ~Over sharing: that’s a potential tip-off for thieves who can use that information to plan a robbery. ~Strangers had tried to be friend with you on Facebook. ~Get in contact with fake people.
  • 9. 3. Preventing invasion of privacy ~Information being shared without consent. ~third-party apps on Facebook require users to “opt-in” by granting permission for an app to look at your news feed, update your status, and so on.
  • 10. 4. Reducing psychological and social risks ~Psychological risks feeling uncomfortable or regretful about their disclose, and social risks such as experiencing conflicts with parents.