Since Facebook become popular among Social Networking Sites through the world, it kept on introducing new and enhanced features, after every few months. As a result, many users started feeling uncomfortable with the privacy options. In order to protect your personal bio data and information from strangers and cyber hackers and trackers, we going to share with you Facebook privacy options that will best for implement.
Facebook Guide to Privacy:
Facebook offers a link with the name “Privacy” on the bottom right of every of its page, containing all the updated Facebook privacy concerns. Let’s say, new Facebook Privacy
Features expose few of your private information to “public” b itself without letting you know, until and unless you set your privacy options, e.g. profile picture, gender, networks etc.
Still if you doubt your privacy settings, just go to your “profile”, click small arrow beside activity log, then click “view as”, here you can check how your information visible to others or specific person.
Remember!!! one cannot set few of privacy options according to his/her will now, such as: cover photos, public posts, videos and pictures you like and comment remain visible to all either you like it or not.
Become Friend Carefully:
Making and deleting contacts/friends from your Facebook profile is not a big deal, it’s just a matter of a click. The term “friend” here does not mean the one whom u know very well, it means the one included in your “friend list” by you, who can access any of your personal information and data even photographs that you make visible to “friends only”. So…. be very careful when you add someone in your contact list on Facebook.
Sometimes you have to add people in your friend list, who actually are not your “friends”, they can be colleagues, teachers, etc, with whom you do not want to share every of your post and information. For these sorts of contacts, rather than customizing each and every post (as it is time taking), you can simply use “limited friends” options, for letting these contacts see limited posts of your Facebook profile.
Disable everything First:
Starting a thing with nothing accessible is far better than making everything accessible in the start. Disable each and every option first, now think wisely and twice about what you want to share and with whom you want to share, now open the access gradually. It’s simple isn’t it?