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    • Policy Primer Facebook’s Use of Data Policy
    •  Signing up for FaceBook?  Have you read all the terms and conditions?  What about USE of DATA POLICY?
    • USE of DATA POLICY  Before becoming a member of social site Facebook you must accept terms and conditions provided for you by the website  Facebook privacy policy is outlined on a separate page from the the general terms and conditions under “Data Use Policy”  Policy describes policies related to information sharing and how facebook collects and USES your information
    • Privacy  Registration information that is name, age, gender and email address.  You can select what information can be viewed by users by selecting the level of privacy you want  However certain information is available to public even if your profile is set on “private”  This “basic info” can be accessed by anyone even if they do not use Facebook
    • Privacy  Facebook reserves the right to use your information!  The way your information can be used is provided to reader  Facebook provides user with various examples of ways it can use your information  However policy does not specify all of the way it can use your information!
    • SO… What does Face book use your information for ????
    • Facebook can use your information as long as it is…..
    • Data Use  Facebook Policy does not explain what does “in connection with means”  All of the ways FaceBook uses your data is unknown…….  Thus face book can use your information in any way they want if it is “in connection with the services and features” that facebook provides…..
    • Don’t want to have face book any more?
    • Deletion and Deactivation  If you deactivate your account your information still will be available to a third party website, facebook, game or application  If you decide to delete your account facebook will store your information for 90 days  Certain information will still remain on the site even after you have deleted your account…..
    • Sharing  You can choose the ammount of information you share but…..  Information about you controlled by your friends can be publicly shared  You can disable your friends lists but… you will still appear on your friend’s “friends list”  You have no control over your information if it is controlled by someone else…
    • Applications  Application describes how websites, games and applications may use your face book information  Facebook provides third party websites your Facebook ID number every time you long on using Facebook credentials!  Every time you visits a web page with face book plug in (e.g like or share button), face book is provided with information about your visit.  This is done by face book installing cookies on your computer
    • Facebook Partners  Facebook is partners with other websites  Theses websites can access your information while you are logged on to facebook  This is known as “instant personalization”  If you decide to turn off instatant personalization, your information from your previous visits may still be sored by these websites
    • Cookies  By agreeing with Facebook Use of Data Policy you agree for facebook to install cookies on your computer  Cookies are designed to follow your activity on the internet  As a result Facebook can trace your activity on the internet even if you are not logged on to Facebook
    • So…  By agreeing to numerous terms and conditions provided in Facebook’s use of data policy you allow face book to:  Collect and use your data  Allow other websites to use your information  Allow Facebook to monitor your internet activity  Make your basic information publicly available to anyone on the internet.
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