Check Your Privacy Settings

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Compiled and designed by Mark Fullbright , Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist™ (CITRMS) as a free service for consumers to protect themselves online and reduce their exposure to identity theft and from online websites that store and sell our information. Stay Safe, Stay Secure
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Check Your Privacy Settings

  1. 1. Privacy Settings Online websites Updated 04/14/2014
  2. 2. E-Commerce
  3. 3. Amazon • Security & Privacy • Your Security • Security Researchers • http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/custo mer/display.html?nodeId=551434
  4. 4. eBay • Customizing your privacy settings • Collections you create • http://pages.ebay.com/help/account/privac y-settings.html
  5. 5. PayPal • Manage settings • Resolution Center • https://www.paypal.com/us/webapps/helpc enter/helphub/topic/?topicID=11500019&p arentID=11500017&m=BT
  6. 6. Email
  7. 7. Gmail • Change your settings • https://support.google.com/mail/answer/65 62?hl=en
  8. 8. Outlook.com • Manage who can send you email • Under Preventing junk email, click Filters and reporting • Manage individual safe and blocked senders • http://www.microsoft.com/security/online- privacy/outlook.aspx
  9. 9. Yahoo! • Privacy Option • Email Accounts • Opt Out of Ad Matching • http://blog.gcflearnfree.org/2011/01/31/sett ing-privacy-for-your-yahoo-email/
  10. 10. Mobile Services
  11. 11. Apple iOS • About location precision or accuracy • Turning Location Services on or off • Settings > Privacy > Location Services • Privacy • http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5467
  12. 12. AT&T • Control who has access to see your location. • Manage AT&T privacy settings • http://www.att.net/smartcontrols- LocationPrivacySettings
  13. 13. Verizon • OptOut of Customer Proprietary Network Information • View full privacy policy • http://www.verizon.com/about/privacy/cpni wireless/
  14. 14. Windows Phone 8 • To turn location services on or off • Privacy Settings in Internet Explorer 10 for Windows Phone. • To change advanced Internet Explorer settings • http://www.microsoft.com/security/online- privacy/windows-phone.aspx
  15. 15. Music
  16. 16. Pandora • Profile Privacy – On the Web – On an iPhone or iPod • http://www.pandora.com/privacy Opting Out of Behavioral Advertising on the Web • http://help.pandora.com/customer/portal/ar ticles/24663-profile-privacy
  17. 17. Spotify • Preferences. • Change the privacy settings of individual albums • Turn on a private session • http://www.wikihow.com/Change-Privacy- Settings-on-Spotify
  18. 18. Search Engines
  19. 19. Bing • Turn off search history • Filter offensive content with SafeSearch • Email and social networking • Help protect email and social networking accounts with strong passwords • http://www.microsoft.com/security/online- privacy/bing.aspx
  20. 20. Google • Incognito mode (browse in private) • Information stored by other sites • https://support.google.com/chrome/answer /95464?hl=en
  21. 21. Social Networks
  22. 22. Facebook • Controlling Who Can Find You • Basic Privacy Settings & Tools • Reviewing Stuff Others Tag You In • https://www.facebook.com/help/445588775 451827
  23. 23. Google+ • Your profile privacy settings • Change your profile's search results setting • https://support.google.com/plus/answer/10 47281?hl=en
  24. 24. LinkedIn • Managing Account Settings • Privacy & Settings • “Who‟s Viewed Your Profile” - Overview and Privacy • http://help.linkedin.com/app/answers/detail/a_ id/66
  25. 25. Match.com • Information we collect about you • How to OptOut • Cookies and Use of Cookie Data • http://www.match.com/registration/privacy statement.aspx
  26. 26. Meetup • Account Privacy Settings • Email and greetings permissions • Hide list of Meetups on my profile • http://help.meetup.com/customer/portal/art icles/864924-meetup-account-privacy- settings
  27. 27. Pinterest • What information do we collect • How do we use the information we collect? • What choices do you have about your information? • Our Policy on Children‟s Information • http://about.pinterest.com/privacy/
  28. 28. Reddit • How to Increase Reddit Privacy • Uncheck "make my votes public" and "allow my data to be used for research purposes • Preference Settings • http://www.wikihow.com/Increase-Reddit- Privacy
  29. 29. Tumblr • Privacy and Ignoring Users • Can I make my primary blog private? • How else can I protect my privacy? • http://www.tumblr.com/docs/en/ignoring
  30. 30. Twitter • What is the difference between public and protected Tweets? • Who can see my Tweets? • Why would I protect my Tweets? • When you protect your Tweets, the following restrictions are put in place • https://support.twitter.com/articles/14016- about-public-and-protected-tweets#
  31. 31. Video
  32. 32. Skype • Privacy in Skype • Control who can contact you • Privacy settings • Control your conversation history • To opt out of targeted ads • http://www.microsoft.com/security/online- privacy/skype.aspx
  33. 33. Snapchat • How to change your privacy settings • Change who can send me Snaps • Change who can see my Stories • http://support.snapchat.com/a/privacy- settings
  34. 34. YouTube • Video privacy settings • Change your video‟s privacy settings to make it public, unlisted, or private • Private videos • Unlisted videos • https://support.google.com/youtube/answe r/157177?hl=en
  35. 35. Web Browsers
  36. 36. Internet Explorer • Open IE‟s Private Browsing Mode the Easy Way • Open Private Browsing Mode • http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/window s-vista/open-ies-private-browsing-mode- the-easy-way/
  37. 37. Google Chrome • Chrome's privacy settings • Enable phishing and malware protection • Automatically send usage statistics and crash reports • Send a „Do Not Track‟ request with your browsing traffic • https://support.google.com/chrome/answer /114836?hl=en
  38. 38. Mozilla Firefox • Private Browsing - Browse the web without saving information about the sites you visit. • What does Private Browsing not save? • How do I always start Firefox in Private Browsing? • Never remember history. • https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/private- browsing-browse-web-without-saving-info
  39. 39. Safari • Safari 5.1 (OS X Lion): Browse privately – Turn on Private Browsing – Turn off Private Browsing • Keep your software up-to-date • http://support.apple.com/kb/ph5000
  40. 40. Misc.
  41. 41. Dropbox • Security and Privacy • Can I specify my own private key for my Dropbox? • How do I opt out of Dropbox email newsletters and tips? • Is Dropbox HIPAA, FERPA, SSAE16/SOC1, SOC2, Safe Harbor, ISO 9001, ISO 27001, or PCI compliant? • https://www.dropbox.com/help/category/Security% 20and%20Privacy
  42. 42. Microsoft Office • Privacy in Microsoft Office • Change privacy settings • Remove hidden data and personal information from documents • http://www.microsoft.com/security/online- privacy/office.aspx
  43. 43. Xbox One and Kinect • Privacy in Xbox One and Kinect • Privacy and online safety settings • What data does Kinect and Xbox One collect and how is that information used by Microsoft? • What data does Kinect use to identify me? • http://www.microsoft.com/security/online- privacy/xbox.aspx
  44. 44. Yahoo! Messenger • Stealth & Privacy Settings • Control who sees you online. Block unwanted IMs too. • How to handle unwanted messages • http://messenger.yahoo.com/features/steal th/
  45. 45. Passwords • One the best and most important ways to enhance your online security is to use a strong passwords. – Don't use only letters or only numbers. Mix’m up! – Don't use names of spouses, children, girlfriends/boyfriends or pets. – Don't use phone numbers, birthdates or Social Security numbers – Don't use the same word as your log-in, or any variation of it. – Don’t use the same passwords for all accounts. Maybe use the first initial of your account and create a password from that.
  46. 46. Privacy in the news.. • Major Internet Security Flaw Exposes Millions Of Usernames, Passwords • Yahoo fixes Flickr invitation bug that leaked real names and email addresses • Data Brokers Sell Information About Rape Survivors, Alcoholics, Mentally Ill People, And More • Social media sites hacked, information stolen • The Data Brokers: Selling your personal information
  47. 47. COMPANY NAMES MENTIONED HEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF, AND MAY BE TRADEMARKS OF, THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS AND ARE FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. STAYSAFEONLINE.ORG & THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION Compiled and designed by Mark Fullbright , Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist™ (CITRMS) as a free service for consumers to protect themselves online and reduce their exposure to identity theft Stay Safe, Stay Secure

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