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Presentation covering some of the main early 2010 changes in Facebook's privacy settings

Presentation covering some of the main early 2010 changes in Facebook's privacy settings

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  • A portal for social networking Allows users to: Connect and interact with family/friends online Share photos, links, and videos Email and Instant Message with other FB usders Join online community organizations and interest groups
  • New requests, messages, and notifications News Feed, Messages, and other core features Games and your bookmarked apps Links to Chat with your online friends News Feed -- Top News vs. Most Recent Linkds to important account settings, the Help Center, and more Reminders for birthdays and events Facebook Chat
  • Home, Profile, Friends, Inbox Profile pictures Wall Information Friends Info Tab Photos Tab Ads Chat
  • Taken regional networks away…. Customizable allowance Profile Info -- Show “Preview Profile” Contact Info -- Phone Numbers, etc Show Profile Preview [who vs. who???] .
  • Current City -- via Info Tab Gender -- via info Tab Friend List -- Friend box Fan Pages -- always can be seen now Search privacy settings
  • Even your when your friends use applications and websites

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  • The Inside Scoop: Privacy Settings in Facebook Anna M. Van Scoyoc Reference Librarian, Part-Time Hopewell Branch Library, MCLS [email_address]
  • Agenda
    • Quickie Overviews
      • Facebook: Social Networking Resource
      • Anatomy of a Profile & Home Page
    • Overview of Changes in Privacy Features
    • Hands-on
  • Facebook (FB ) is . . .
    • A portal for social networking that allows users to:
      • Connect and interact with family/friends online
      • Share photos, links, and videos
      • Email and Instant Message with other FB users
      • Join online community organizations and interest groups
    Image: 'Jump on the social media bandwagon' www.flickr.com/photos/73532212@N00/2945559128
  • Anatomy of the Home Page
  • Anatomy of a Profile Page
  • Overview: Privacy Changes
    • Friend List is always visible to you and your friends
      • However you, can deselect showing Friend List to “everyone.”
  • Overview: Privacy Changes
    • No longer control who sees when you
      • add a new friend
      • become a “fan” of a page,
      • comment on or like a friend’s status, note, photo, video, or link.**
    • Delete each comment/activity individually from your profile page.
    **You can still stop certain kinds of notifications from appearing as Recent Activity on your wall news feed via Application Settings.
    • Three basic levels of privacy
      • Friends,
      • Friends of Friends,
      • Everyone
    Overview: Privacy Changes
    • Set of publicly available information to everyone
      • including for Facebook-enhanced applications
      • Name, Profile Picture,Current City, Gender, Networks, Friend List, Fan Pages**
    Overview: Privacy Changes
      • **Some of this can be altered via privacy settings
    • Control who can see your individual posts [status updates, photos, etc.]
    Overview: Privacy Changes
  • Not a Change, Still Important
    • Applications & Websites
      • What your friends can share about you
        • Control what your friends can share about you when THEY use applications and websites
        • Anna recommends unchecking everything
        • See accompanying PowerPoint Handout
  • Select “No One” Select “No One” (Scroll down to select from pull-down menu) Not a Change; Still Important