Privacy Settings

  • Facebook’s Privacy Settings (Infographic)

    … Featured Jobs Marketing Automation Manager Society for Science & the Public Washington D.C. Social Media Officer The ONE Campaign Washington, DC Digital Marketing Director Parallax Press Berkeley, California (US) Digital Marketing Director Parallax Press Berkeley, California (US) Commercial Producer/Director WAVY-TV10/WVBT Fox 43 Norfolk…

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  • LinkedIn Revises Cookie Policy

    … LinkedIn announced that it will track users’ interaction with its services for up to 30 days after users log out of their accounts, with the aim of generating usage analytics. Vice president of legal, intellectual property, product and privacy Sara Harrington outlined the changes to LinkedIn’s cookie policy in a blog post, saying…

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  • AllFacebook’s Top 10 Posts of 2014

    … Admins, Dec. 3: In November 2013, Internet marketing firm TechWyse created an infographic detailing the specifications for Facebook ad and image sizes, but much changed since then, so the company released an updated cheat sheet infographic, which contains every ad and image spec a page administrator needs to stay current. Why Facebook Pages…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Facebook SaaS- 29 readers -
  • ‘View Hidden Photos of Anyone on Facebook?’ Not Quite, But …

    … description, saying that the browser extension cannot alter Facebook’s privacy settings, and that the only photos it “finds” are those that users hid from their Timelines, which can still be viewed by other users who were granted access by the original user’s privacy settings. Bell pointed out that Facebook reminds users that photos they hide from…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social- 27 readers -
  • What Will Facebook Privacy Be Like in 2025?

    … governance structures to be effective. There will be no privacy to speak of. We will have given away all of it, and there will rise groups who protect the different interests of vulnerable groups. Media Psychology Research Center director Pamela Rutledge: Public perception is understandably narrow; most see privacy as being about Facebook settings…

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  • How Can Nonprofits Benefit from the New Facebook Groups App?

    … app, which will allow everyone to keep up with groups more easily. Choose a privacy setting carefully (public, closed, secret). For large groups with more than 250 members, you can only change the privacy setting to a more restricted setting (e.g., public to closed or secret) after it has been set. Van Horn also used Chicago-based arts-education…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social How To's- 11 readers -
  • Understanding Your Facebook Apps: Your Privacy Depends On It

    … are hidden dangers that may make this convenience more trouble than it’s worth, allowing applications creepy access. Go to your settings on Facebook, click on apps, and chances are that you’ll find a bunch of sites there that you can’t remember even visiting, which are now publicly bookmarked — because you logged into those remote sites using your…

    Mary C. Long/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 26 readers -
  • Facebook’s ‘Other’ Folder Makes No Sense

    … haven’t friended them) will be whisked away and deposited into this innocuous little folder. Sometimes even your friends will end up there, if you’ve selected “strict filtering” in your privacy settings. You will not be notified when these others message you. And the message icon doesn’t highlight. It just registers a number next to “other…

    Mary C. Long/ AllFacebookin Facebook- 10 readers -