Facebook PrivacyTop 10 Required Privacy Settings                             TM               WEB STUDIOS               1
getting started make some friends (lists) PRIVACY RISK: none; foundation for setting privacy policies LOCATION: friends ->...
getting started privacy defaultsPRIVACY RISK: none; foundation for setting privacy policiesLOCATION: home -> privacy setti...
#10 ensure security with HTTPSPRIVACY RISK: hijacking your Facebook account while on a shared internet connectionLOCATION:...
#9 get recognized (and notified)PRIVACY RISK: knowing when your account is hijacked by an unrecognized device or loginLOCA...
#8 control how you connectPRIVACY RISK: Control how you connect with people you knowLOCATION: home -> privacy settings -> ...
#7 tag, you are itPRIVACY RISK: Control what happens when friends tag you or your contentLOCATION: home -> privacy setting...
#6 erase your past from the publicPRIVACY RISK: Set your past default from “public” to “friends”LOCATION: home -> privacy ...
#5 disable public search resultsPRIVACY RISK: strangers, employers, & classmates can search for you on search enginesLOCAT...
#4 be discrete with your profilePRIVACY RISK: providing data about yourself commonly needed for identity theftURL: home ->...
#3 limit contact informationPRIVACY RISK: strangers viewing your phone numbers, postal address, or email addressesURL: hom...
#2 limit info available to appsPRIVACY RISK: providing strangers, through your friends, your confidential informationLOCAT...
#1 turn off instant personalizationPRIVACY RISK: providing companies your name, profile picture, interests, etc.LOCATION: ...
finishing up learn about privacyPRIVACY RISK: none; foundation for setting privacy policiesLOCATION: https://www.facebook....
test time grade yourselfPRIVACY RISK: giving a 3rd party temporary access to your confidential informationLOCATION: www.so...
Questions?www.sherpawebstudios.comblog.sherpawebstudios.com twitter.com/sherpastatus                                      ...
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This presentation overviews the top 10 Facebook privacy settings you need to know. It has been updated for the recent 2011 Timeline features.

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Top 10 Facebook Privacy Settings

  1. 1. Facebook PrivacyTop 10 Required Privacy Settings TM WEB STUDIOS 1
  2. 2. getting started make some friends (lists) PRIVACY RISK: none; foundation for setting privacy policies LOCATION: friends -> find friends -> manage friends -> create a list TM 2 WEB STUDIOS
  3. 3. getting started privacy defaultsPRIVACY RISK: none; foundation for setting privacy policiesLOCATION: home -> privacy settings TM 3 WEB STUDIOS
  4. 4. #10 ensure security with HTTPSPRIVACY RISK: hijacking your Facebook account while on a shared internet connectionLOCATION: account -> account settings -> security -> secure browsing TM 4 WEB STUDIOS
  5. 5. #9 get recognized (and notified)PRIVACY RISK: knowing when your account is hijacked by an unrecognized device or loginLOCATION: account -> account settings -> security -> recognized devices TM 5 WEB STUDIOS
  6. 6. #8 control how you connectPRIVACY RISK: Control how you connect with people you knowLOCATION: home -> privacy settings -> how you connect TM 6 WEB STUDIOS
  7. 7. #7 tag, you are itPRIVACY RISK: Control what happens when friends tag you or your contentLOCATION: home -> privacy settings -> how you connect TM 7 WEB STUDIOS
  8. 8. #6 erase your past from the publicPRIVACY RISK: Set your past default from “public” to “friends”LOCATION: home -> privacy settings -> Limit the Audience for Past Posts TM 8 WEB STUDIOS
  9. 9. #5 disable public search resultsPRIVACY RISK: strangers, employers, & classmates can search for you on search enginesLOCATION: account -> privacy settings -> apps & websites -> public search TM 9 WEB STUDIOS
  10. 10. #4 be discrete with your profilePRIVACY RISK: providing data about yourself commonly needed for identity theftURL: home -> profile -> update info TM 10 WEB STUDIOS
  11. 11. #3 limit contact informationPRIVACY RISK: strangers viewing your phone numbers, postal address, or email addressesURL: home -> profile -> update info -> contact info TM 11 WEB STUDIOS
  12. 12. #2 limit info available to appsPRIVACY RISK: providing strangers, through your friends, your confidential informationLOCATION: home -> privacy settings -> apps & websites TM 12 WEB STUDIOS
  13. 13. #1 turn off instant personalizationPRIVACY RISK: providing companies your name, profile picture, interests, etc.LOCATION: account -> privacy settings -> apps & websites -> instant personalization TM 13 WEB STUDIOS
  14. 14. finishing up learn about privacyPRIVACY RISK: none; foundation for setting privacy policiesLOCATION: https://www.facebook.com/help/privacy TM 14 WEB STUDIOS
  15. 15. test time grade yourselfPRIVACY RISK: giving a 3rd party temporary access to your confidential informationLOCATION: www.socioclean.com TM 15 WEB STUDIOS
  16. 16. Questions?www.sherpawebstudios.comblog.sherpawebstudios.com twitter.com/sherpastatus TM 16 WEB STUDIOS
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