Though the joy and benefits of social media can most certainly not be ignored but there are certain privacy risks that need to taken into consideration as well.
Whether you re a private individual or a socialite; an over-sharing adult or a secretive teen; you should be aware of your privacy options and their utilizations to meet our needs accordingly. Following are user-friendly instructions to help keep your privacy in order on the most excessively used social media platforms: Facebook Facebook is rather known for creating constant changes in its privacy settings owing to which you need to keep yourself updated with the options available in order to prevent third parties from using your information and more.
You can find your “Privacy Settings” by clicking on the downward facing arrow on the extreme top right arrow of your screen. A drop down menu should appear. Click on the “Settings” option. Email Spider requires you to click on “Privacy” from the options in the toolbar on the left. Make sure to thoroughly go through all the options available. Most settings will be set to “Public” or “Everyone” by default. The most important settings can also be reviewed through the “Privacy” option in the top navigation bar.
The option appears as a lock icon. If you re looking to max up on your security then consider the following as well: Tag Review: Find the option of “Timeline and Tagging” in the settings menu. This allows you to limit individuals with permission to post on your timeline along with the ability to “review” any tag before it appears on your timeline. Activity Log: You can limit search using Facebook s option of Graph Search and other engines by using your Activity log.