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How to keep your Facebook private and secure?

Guarding your Facebook privacy can be really a daunting job, but there are a few important things one and all must perform keep their Facebook private information not public. These are:

  •    First of all, you should go to change the sharing default on Facebook
  •    Do setting your list of friends to private
  •    Make your profile private    
  •    Keep limited everything who sees your posts and photos
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By default, Facebook inclines to make the whole thing you set on its network public. Most of the information in your profile, for instance, is public—accessible in Google search results and to all and sundry on Facebook, though if they're not your friend or just a friend of a friend. Facebook faultfinders can view this as an attack of people's right to privacy. Though it is quite easier to alter the sharing default from Public to Friends, thus only your friends can view your posts and photos.

Change the Sharing Default

The first and foremost thing you should always take that your default sharing option on Facebook is always set to Friends and not Public. You have to change it hence only your friends can view your posts.

How To Use Your Privacy Settings and Tools?

  •    To obtain the Facebook Privacy Settings and Tools screen:
  •    Just go to tap on the arrow in the top-right corner of any Facebook screen.
  •    The go to Settings in the drop-down menu and then select Privacy in the left panel.

The very prior item scheduled is who can actually see your future posts? The sharing option, which seems to the right of the set, perhaps tells Public, it means one and all can view the whole thing you post by default. To alter the default thus only your Facebook friends can view what you post, go to Edit, and select Friends option from the drop-down menu. Then tap on Close to save the change.

That can help to pay attention to all future posts. You can also change the users for prior posts on this screen.

Find out a part that is considered Limit the users for posts you've shared with friends of friends or Public?

Go to Limit Past Posts and in the screen that opens, tap on Limit Past Posts another time.

This setting changes all your prior posts that were noticeable Public or Friends of Friends, to Friends.

Note: You can take priority over the default privacy setting on separate posts whenever you need.

Take Your Facebook Friends List Private

Facebook creates your friends list public by default. That means one and all can view it.

On the Privacy Settings and Tools screen, you can change the users following to who can view your friends' list? Then go to an Edit and make the right choice in the drop-down menu. Choose either Friends or Only me to keep your friends list always private.

  •    You can also create this change on your profile page.
  •    Go to your name at the top right of any Facebook to enter to your profile page.
  •    Tap on the Friends tab under your cover photo.
  •    Go to the pencil icon at the top of the friend's screen and choose Edit Privacy.
  •    Choose an audience next to who can see your friends list?
  •    Choose an audience next to who can see the people, Pages, and lists you follow?
  •    Go to an option of done to save the changes.

Review Your Profile Privacy Settings

Your Facebook profile is now public by default, which means it is indexed by Google and other search engines and can be by everyone.

Privacy specialists suggest that you evaluate the profile settings for each item in your profile.

Then next click your name at the top of any Facebook screen to enter to your profile.

Go to the Edit Profile tab that seems in the end angle of your cover photo.

Do not click the boxes following to the information you really need to continue privately. This comprises boxes next to education, your present city, your hometown, and other personal information you've included to Facebook.

Evaluate the segments under your personal information and do edit the privacy sections one by one by going to the pencil in the segment. Segments might comprise Music, Sports, Check-Ins, Likes and other topics.

To view what the public gets when they enter into your profile, go to the more icon (three dots) in the bottom right corner of your cover photo and choose View All.

If you choose for your complete profile to be entirely unseen to search engines:

Go to the arrow in the top-right corner of any Facebook screen.

Go to Settings in the drop-down menu and then choose Privacy in the left panel.

Almost do you want search engines outside of Facebook to link to your profile? Choose Edit and uncheck the box that enables search engines to view you on Facebook.

Use Facebook's Inline Audience Selector

Facebook offers users selectors that enable audiences to set diverse sharing options for each section of content they post to the social media profile.

When you click to open a status screen to create a post, you can view the privacy setting you opt to provide as the default at the end of the screen. Sometimes, you perhaps want to alter this.

Go to the button with the privacy setting in the status box and choose a user for this one particular post. Alternatives comprise the usual Public, Friends, and Only Me, plus Friends except, Specific friends, Custom, and an option to choose a Chat List.

With the new user designated, write your post and go to a Post to send it to the particular audience.

Change Privacy Settings on Photo Albums

If you have already uploaded images to Facebook, you have an option to change the photo privacy settings by album or by the distinct photo.

  •    To edit the privacy setting for an album of photos:
  •    Click to your profile and click Photos.
  •    Go to your Albums.
  •    Choose the album you want to change the privacy setting for.
  •    Go to Edit.    
  •    Make use of the audience selector to set the privacy setting for the album.

Some albums have users’ selectors on each photo, which enable you to choose a particular audience for each photo.

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