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Protect Your Family's Privacy: Don't Post Photos on Facebook

There’s a new trend by social media to collect data. Well, it’s not new, but it may be a shock to some. Every time you post that cute pic of your little one on Facebook or any other social media, the photo and it’s associated data is collected and stored. 87 more words


Finstagram... Is it for you?

Last week, the New York Times wrote an article about the new social media trend of creating “fake” personal Instagram accounts. In contrast to your day-to-day Instagram filled with smiling, edited photos, your “Finstagram” would be a private social media page shared with only your close friends and family. 630 more words

Is Vonvon accessing your private Facebook data?

UPDATE: In a statement to Global News, president of Vonvon’s North American operations David Hahn said the company does not store any private user information, including user’s email addresses, contact lists, or Timeline data. 973 more words


Keeping Your Facebook Page Secure

We all know the basic safety rules of social media: don’t add people you don’t know, don’t share anything you’d been embarrassed for your boss to see, don’t use the word password as a password. 238 more words


Search FYI and What Happened to Facebook?

It seems like a year can’t go by without Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook making headlines with a new feature on the social media platform that sets back user privacy. 114 more words


How to hide your posts from Facebook's new search feature

Facebook announced Thursday it is making public posts now searchable with “Search FYI.”

“Today, we’re updating Facebook Search so that in addition to friends and family, you can find out what the world is saying about topics that matter to you,”  188 more words


Facebook expands search to include public users posts

Facebook has indexed nearly two trillion public-facing user posts in order to allow users to find them in search results.

Starting Thursday, users will now be able to see status updates from other users when they search for news or information. 252 more words