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How to Stay Away from Dangers of Facebook Intrusion

Settings

Privacy settings on Facebook are automatically set to private profile. It means that no one but your friends can see what it says. If you haven’t added someone as your friend, they will not be able to see much about your profile. You would have to go in and physically change those settings so that no one could simply go in and see everything about you.

Photos

It can be a lot of fun to upload a ton of pictures onto your Facebook account. You want to share them with everyone. The problem with this is that you may not want the whole world to see your personal photos. If you don’t want people to know what you look like, you are better off leaving personal photos off the site. You might have your site set to private, but there is someone out there that won’t mind hacking into your account to see what you have there.

What’s on your mind

This is where you can tell others what is going on with you. You can be as open or closed mouth about what you are doing as you want to be. You do not have to post every move you make on Facebook, as no one will really care about most of it. Be picky about what you put there. This is the best way to maintain a sense of privacy on Facebook.

Maintaining a sense of privacy on Facebook is all about how you handle your account. If you handle it carelessly or you simply don’t care, you will not have any privacy at all. If you choose to, there are many ways that you can keep unwanted people from reading or seeing what you don’t want them to read and see. It’s all about personal responsibility.