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  • 1. A walkthrough of Facebook’s privacy settings
    September 2011
    What happens online, might not always stay online
    Chris Webster
    chris@cyberbullying.info
    www.cyberbullying.info
    Trading privacy for friends on social networking websites
  • 2. Although you should assume that anything you post online – your personal information, comments and photos could be made public, there are some steps you can take to reduce the chance of this happening.
  • 3. What you can do…
    Basics – lock down contact info and profile info
    Applications – delete unwanted, or edit sharing settings
  • 4. © Chris Webster 2011, www.cyberbullying.info
  • 5. Consider who you want your information shared with – or select ‘Custom’ for fine-grained controls.
    © Chris Webster 2011, www.cyberbullying.info
  • 6. Control how people contact you – who can search for you, send you messages and post on your wall
    © Chris Webster 2011, www.cyberbullying.info
  • 7. © Chris Webster 2011, www.cyberbullying.info
  • 8. Control whether you have to review ‘tags’ before Facebook publishes them
    © Chris Webster 2011, www.cyberbullying.info
  • 9. © Chris Webster 2011, www.cyberbullying.info
  • 10. Review apps that can interact with your personal information
    © Chris Webster 2011, www.cyberbullying.info
  • 11. Remove any unwanted applications
    © Chris Webster 2011, www.cyberbullying.info
  • 12. Control what information your friends’ applications can see about you
    © Chris Webster 2011, www.cyberbullying.info
  • 13. © Chris Webster 2011, www.cyberbullying.info
  • 14. Change what Facebook’s “Partner websites” can see about you
    © Chris Webster 2011, www.cyberbullying.info
  • 15. © Chris Webster 2011, www.cyberbullying.info
  • 16. See what information you allow to be shared with Search Engines like Google, Bing and Yahoo
    © Chris Webster 2011, www.cyberbullying.info
  • 17. © Chris Webster 2011, www.cyberbullying.info
  • 18. More information
    http://www.facebook.com/about/sharing/
  • 19. More information
    http://www.facebook.com/about/control/
  • 20. Be smart – your information is only as private as the people who read it allow it to be