Call For Screenshots: Facebook Privacy Settings — Climb to the S. [fr] Je donne un workshop sur les réglages de confidentialité de Facebook mercredi prochain. Comme Facebook a tout changé le mois dernier, je me permets de solliciter votre aide: j'aimerais recevoir des saisies d'écran de vos réglages (voir la liste de liens vers les pages directes qui m'intéressent dans l'article principal) pour les comparer et éventuellement avoir des exemples à montrer (après anonymisation bien entendu). Je cherche aussi de bons articles (en français et en anglais) expliquant et recommandant des réglages "sages", si vous en avez sous la main.
Je suis aussi preneuse pour toute explication concernant votre "politique de confidentialité" pour vos réglages Facebook! Merci mille fois d'avance à ceux qui prendront un moment pour me fournir du matériel. Vous pouvez utiliser les commentaires ou (c'est mieux pour les saisies d'écran) m'envoyer un mail à l'adresse mon prénom point mon nom (vous savez comment je m'appelle!)
Google+ Facebook. Updates on Your New Privacy Tools. UPDATE on Thursday, Dec. 10: In response to your feedback, we've improved the Friend List visibility option described below.
Now when you uncheck the "Show my friends on my profile" option in the Friends box on your profile, your Friend List won't appear on your profile regardless of whether people are viewing it while logged into Facebook or logged out. This information is still publicly available, however, and can be accessed by applications. Thanks again for your comments and suggestions. We've also posted a third tutorial about the new privacy controls here . This video explains how to use the privacy control in the Publisher, the box where you publish status content such as updates, photos, videos and links. Thank you for all of your feedback so far on the new privacy tools we began rolling out today.
Why don't I have the new settings? If you haven't yet seen the three-step transition tool for reviewing and updating your privacy settings, you will shortly. New Tools to Control Your Experience.
General coverage, criticism, and issues. Practical info, how-to, screenshots. How to convert email addresses into name, age, ethnicity, sexual. Facebook Privacy Settings: First Results — Climb to the Stars. Facebook's Zuckerberg Says The Age of Privacy is Over.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg told a live audience yesterday that if he were to create Facebook again today, user information would by default be public, not private as it was for years until the company changed dramatically in December.
In a six-minute interview on stage with TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington, Zuckerberg spent 60 seconds talking about Facebook's privacy policies. His statements were of major importance for the world's largest social network - and his arguments in favor of an about-face on privacy deserve close scrutiny. Zuckerberg offered roughly 8 sentences in response to Arrington's question about where privacy was going on Facebook and around the web. The question was referencing the changes Facebook underwent last month.
Your name, profile picture, gender, current city, networks, Friends List, and all the pages you subscribe to are now publicly available information on Facebook. See also: Why Facebook is Wrong: Privacy is Still Important. The 3 Facebook Settings Every User Should Check Now. In December, Facebook made a series of bold and controversial changes regarding the nature of its users' privacy on the social networking site.
The company once known for protecting privacy to the point of exclusivity (it began its days as a network for college kids only - no one else even had access), now seemingly wants to compete with more open social networks like the microblogging media darling Twitter. Those of you who edited your privacy settings prior to December's change have nothing to worry about - that is, assuming you elected to keep your personalized settings when prompted by Facebook's "transition tool. " The tool, a dialog box explaining the changes, appeared at the top of Facebook homepages this past month with its own selection of recommended settings.
Unfortunately, most Facebook users likely opted for the recommended settings without really understanding what they were agreeing to. Want to change things back? 1. 2. 3. Take 5 Minutes to Protect Your Privacy.