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  • John Even though you should assume that all information you share on Facebook COULD be made public, there are some precautions you can take to keep the information you want to stay just between friends and family from being shared publicly.
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  • John   This is how facebook makes their money - through advertising.
  • Kyleen   When info about us or associate with us is shared publicly, it can cause problems.   Secret questions
  • John How much is  your information worth?
  • John 10:00 mark   How do you customize your settings - transition     Even though you should assume that all information you share on Facebook COULD be made public, there are some percautions you can take to keep the information you want to stay just between friends and family from being shared publicly.
  • Even though you should assume that all information you share on Facebook COULD be made public, there are some percautions you can take to keep the information you want to stay just between friends and family from being shared publicly.
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  • John From Account -> Account Settings
  • Kyleen FB is constantly adding new features - like "places" Facebook's default is to make everything public. Check your settings frequently.

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  • 1. Description Are you concerned about your privacy on Facebook? Facebook wants you to share just about everything with everyone. In most cases, that is not what YOU want. In this session we'll show you how to make it so you share only what you want only with the people you want.
  • 2. Facebook Privacy Settings Kyleen Burgess Information Management Agent Region 3 Hertford County
  • 3. Facebook is about sharing - with our friends, family and the general public
      • Some information we want to share far and wide
      • Some information we only want to share with our friends
      • And some we don't want to share with anyone!!!
  • 4. Title of slide  
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  • 6. Risks associated with Sharing TMI
      • Identity Theft
      • Home break-ins / theft
      • Viruses
      • Spam
  • 7. To Game or Not to Game?
      • Read the warnings
      • Are you sure you want to give them everything they want?
      • Including your friend's info?
    Includes name, profile picture, gender, networks, user ID, list of friends, and any other information I've shared with everyone. What word in the dictionary are you? may post status messages, notes, photos, and videos to my Wall
  • 8.
    • How do I...?
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  • 12. BBBBBB BBBBBB BBBBBB BBBBBB BBBBBB BBBBBB BBBBBBBBB BBBBBB
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  • 14. Things Others Share
      • Photos and videos I'm tagged in 
      • Can comment on posts
      • Includes status updates, friends' Wall posts, and photos
      • Friends can post on my Wall
      • Can see Wall posts by friends
      • Friends can check me in to Places
  • 15. Contact Information
      • Mobile phone
      • Other phone
      • Address
      • IM screen name
      • [email_address]
      • [email_address]
  • 16. Facebook Ads
  • 17. For More Information...
  • 18. References http://www.slideshare.net/navyffsc/recommended-facebook-privacy-settings?from=share_email http://www.wyomingextension.org/wiki/index.php5?title=Learning_Guide:Facebook
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    • Even though you should assume that all information you share on Facebook COULD be made public, there are some percautions you can take to keep the information you want to stay just between friends and family from being shared publicly.