Facebook Privacy

866 views

Published on

Slides from our #CBH Facebook Privacy webinar. Get the webinar recording here: https://my.dimdim.com/view/reco/all/sahahn/default/a1e6538a-41a9-4e8f-be65-c714fb152e1f

The opinions expressed are my own. Please do not present this commercially without my permission.

Published in: Education
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
866
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
11
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Facebook Privacy

  1. 1. Facebook Privacy<br />Know Your Settings!<br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  2. 2. Decide Where Your Line is Located <br />For the purpose of today’s webinar, we will primarily discuss the personal profiles on Facebook. <br />On your personal profile, you must decide where “your line” is located. I can’t tell you what to share and with whom, but I will advise you based on my experiences.<br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  3. 3. Decide Where Your Line is Located <br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  4. 4. Decide Where Your Line is Located <br />Think about what you are posting … updates, photos and links and consider your audience. <br />Remember that – like it or not – more people than EVER before are seeing your life as it happens on Facebook.<br />What do you want your children to see? Your clients? Your co-workers? <br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  5. 5. Managing Your Facebook Security<br />According to a recent Mashable article, there are over 170 options inside your Facebook privacy settings! <br />Master them now, and Facebook will change things up again before you know it. <br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  6. 6. Managing Your Facebook Security<br />- Login to Facebook & go to Account<br /> (Find Account on the top right menu)<br />- Click the (v) drop-down<br />We will tackle Facebook privacy by creating lists first. Creating lists will allow you to categorize your Facebook friends and make your privacy settings a snap!<br />The average Facebook user has 130 friends, so yes, setting up lists can be a pain initially. Once you tackle your existing friends, adding new friends to lists is easy peasy.<br />Click on Edit Friends<br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  7. 7. Account > Edit Friends<br /><ul><li>Click on All Friends to see everyone you are connected with on Facebook.
  8. 8. Click Create a List</li></ul>Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  9. 9. Account > Edit Friends > Create List<br /><ul><li>Type in a name for your new list … best friends, family, co-workers, agents, clients, etc.
  10. 10. Click on the thumbnails to select who will be on your new list (just one click)
  11. 11. When you are finished (scroll down to see everyone) click Create List!</li></ul>Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  12. 12. Account > Edit Friends > Create List<br />Creating lists is a fantastic way to stay organized with your privacy settings – you may not need them, but I find them to be essential in my Facebook privacy management.<br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  13. 13. Account > Edit Friends > Removal<br />Don’t be afraid of the break-up! Embrace the power and hit that X … Facebook will ask you if you’re really sure (see below). <br />To really break-up, just click Remove from Friends. The person will not be notified, but they may still notice.<br />LIVE<br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  14. 14. Account > Edit Friends > Edit Lists<br />To Edit Lists on which a particular friend appears, click Edit Lists here. If you hover over the Edit Lists, you will see the lists (if any) that they are already a part of pop up.<br />Just click on a list name to add them to that list.<br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  15. 15. Account > Account Settings > Account Security<br />Back to Account …<br />Click on Account Settings<br />Go down to Account Security<br />Click on Change<br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  16. 16. Account > Account Settings > Account Security<br /><ul><li>Check off Browse FB on a secure connection (https) whenever possible!</li></ul>Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  17. 17. Account > Privacy Settings<br />Now, go back to Account …<br />- Click on Privacy Settings<br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  18. 18. Account > Privacy Settings > Connecting > View Settings<br />Connecting on Facebook:<br />- Click on View Settings<br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  19. 19. Account > Privacy Settings > Connecting > View Settings<br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  20. 20. Account > Privacy Settings > Connecting > View Settings<br />Facebook will allow you to leave your security as open or as restricted as you wish. <br /><ul><li>Select Everyone and your profile is very open and accessible by almost anyone.
  21. 21. Select Friends Only and only your friends can see this piece of information
  22. 22. Select Customize to really drill down into who can and cannot see this information</li></ul>Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  23. 23. Account > Privacy Settings > Connecting > View Settings<br />Click the drop-down to select who to Make this visible to on Facebook. Type in list names or individuals to Hide this from. Click Save Setting to finish!<br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  24. 24. Account > Privacy Settings > Preview<br />Cool Tool: Facebook has a Preview My Profile button in the security settings that allows you to see how a specific person sees your profile! Great for making sure your mom/kids/boss can only see what you WANT them to see on your profile. <br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  25. 25. Account > Privacy Settings > Sharing<br />Under the next heading, Sharing on Facebook, click Customize settings to get into the specifics!<br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  26. 26. Account > Privacy Settings > Apps & Sites<br />Don’t miss Apps & Websites – this is an important security section! Click on Edit your settings to get started.<br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  27. 27. Account > Privacy Settings > Apps & Sites<br />Click on Edit Settings to manage – Apps you use, Info accessible through your friends, Game activity, Instant personalization and public search!<br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  28. 28. Account > Privacy Settings > Apps & Sites<br />Your friends don’t have COOL classes like this one! Uncheck the boxes to manage what you share through your friends!<br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  29. 29. Account > Privacy Settings > Apps & Sites<br />Instant Personalization has to do with Facebook sharing your info with third-parties that they have business relationships with … sound familiar? Uncheck the box to disable Instant Personalization.<br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  30. 30. Account > Privacy Settings > Block Lists<br />Block Lists are great for “disappearing” in someone’s eyes on Facebook. Once blocked, that person can no longer be your friend on Facebook or interact with you (with the exception of apps and games that you both use). Just type in a name or an email and then select the user and click on Block This User.<br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  31. 31. Stay Safe on Facebook!<br />Please stay SAFE on Facebook … remember:<br />1. Decide where your line is located <br />Make lists for easier privacy management<br />Breaking-up is NOT hard to do <br />Don’t connect if you are not comfortable with the person <br />Be aware of real estate friend collectors<br />Check your security settings often – FB will change them!<br />Use the Preview My Profile to check your work<br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />
  32. 32. Thank You<br />Thanks for watching & listening.<br />Have a GREAT week!!!<br />Stefanie A. Hahn<br />Education Director<br />s.hahn@cbhearthside.com<br />www.StefanieHahn.com<br />Stefanie A. Hahn | www.StefanieHahn.com | 02/2011<br />

×