Facebook deserves a lot of the flack it gets, be it for providing Russian information with a stage or gradually deteriorating privacy standards. Still, it has some sincere usefulness. And while the single good space to keep your privacy safe on Facebook is to delete your chronicle, taking these simple-minded stairs in the places is the next best thing.
Remember, it’s not just friends of friends you need to think about disguising from; it’s an army of advertisers looking to target you not just on Facebook itself, but around the web, abusing Facebook’s ad platform. In the video above and the post below, we’ll support you how be addressed with both.
Limiting who can see which of your affixes is an easy first step. On a desktop, “re going to the” little dropdown arrow in the upper-right region, and click Settings. From there, click on Privacy on the left-hand surface. This is where the magic happens.
Under Who can see my nonsense, click on Who can see your future posts to succeed your defaults. You can make public to anyone at all, limited to your friends, or eliminate specific friends. You can quarantine your poles by geography, or by current or previous boss or institutions, or by groups. Just be kept in mind that the next time you change it, the brand-new group becomes the default. So double check each time you post.