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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

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Friday, February 22, 2013

Make Sure You’re Secure With Facebook’s New Privacy Settings – A Complete Guide

facebook privacy settingsWhat comes to your mind when you hear the word Facebook? Maybe you’re thinking “social network” or “friends”, but for many users, Facebook also means two other things: frequent changes and privacy concerns. If there’s one thing we’ve learned about Facebook, is that they’re not really concerned about what we like or our privacy. Nor should they be. When it comes to privacy, it’s our responsibility as Facebook users to make sure we keep ourselves secure and safe while using Facebook. As for the frequent changes, most  of these are rather coolly accepted, and when we get right down to it, most new features and interface changes come to serve Facebook’s interests rather than the users’. The latest Facebook change is one shining exception: new Facebook privacy settings. Like I already said, taking care of privacy is our responsibility; it’s also in our best interest.
The new privacy settings turn Facebook’s complex security settings into something much more intelligible, so it’s easier than ever before to be responsible. Let’s take a look at everything that’s changed, and see exactly what you can and can’t do with it.

New Privacy Menu

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This is Facebook’s new privacy menu, and the most significant and important addition to Facebook privacy settings. The new menu makes several settings which you previously had to dig for much more accessible and easy to control. These settings are probably the most important for any Facebook user, and include such things as who can see your posts, who can contact you, etc.
As you can see, the wording was also improved, and sounds much more human now. Whereas before you had to half guess what a certain setting does, the new wording can’t be any clearer. “Who can see my stuff?” is where you control who sees your posts (this can be changed for an individual post when you write it), and quickly access the View As options and the new activity log which we’ll touch on in a minute. facebook privacy changes
The “Who can contact me?” is the new name to what was previously known as “Who can send you Facebook messages”. The new settings let you choose between two filters: basic and strict. The difference? In basic filtering, you’ll mostly get messages from your friends and friends of friends; in strict filtering, you’ll mostly get messages only from your friends. Notice the vague wording? It’s repeated again in the more detailed help page, and basically means that sometimes you might get messages from other people as well.
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Note that regardless of the filter you choose, the messages you miss won’t be blocked, but simply go to your Other folder, and you won’t be notified about them. You can check this folder periodically to make sure you didn’t miss anything important.
One of the most useful features of the new menu is the ability to block someone in exactly 5 seconds. Is someone bothering you? Simply enter a name in the third part of the privacy menu, find the person, and click block. This won’t take you more than 10 seconds if you tried.
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One last feature you should be aware of is the search option. Granted, the new menu won’t answer all your needs and questions, but you can perform searches straight from it and find answers and solutions to almost any other issue. Just click the magnifying glass icon on the top right corner and search for a term. The results will include all relevant Facebook help pages.
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A Settings Page You Can Understand

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The old settings page was definitely usable. If you really cared about your privacy, you could dig into it and find all the settings you needed. But why did it have to be so hard? Well, it’s not anymore. When you access your settings now, you’ll find that the page has changed completely, with a new menu on the left, clearly defined items and a complete re-wording of most of the settings. Want to control which apps can access your profile? Click on “Apps” on the left and you’re there. Amazing!
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While it does seem like there’s more to go through and read in your new settings, everything is much easier to understand, and it’s well worth your time to go through everything and make sure it’s all set to your liking. This is especially important if you haven’t done this in a while, due to the annoying complexity of the previous settings page.

New & Improved Activity Log

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The new activity log makes it very easy to see everything you’ve posted, everything you’re tagged in, etc., and it’s easily accessible from the new shortcut menu. The activity log is chronological – you can see exactly where you are on your timeline using the time indicator on the right – but you can also filter it using several other settings. All the filters are available on the left side, where you can choose to see only photos, likes or comments, only posts you’re tagged in, only posts in groups, and pretty much anything else you can think of. You can also easily access items you need to review, such as tags you need to authorize, etc. This makes it much easier to review your timeline, make sure nothing out of the order is posted about you and re-think things you’ve posted yourself.
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Found a photo of yourself or a tag you don’t like? You can easily remove it right from the activity log, with one extra perk: you can now also ask for an entire photo to be removed completely, not just your own tag. So how do you do this?
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If you find something inappropriate, you can either click on the sharing indicator and choose “Report/Remove Tag….”, or, if you find several items you want to take care of, select all of them and click on the blue “Report/Remove Tags” button that appears at the top of the page.
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Now you’ll get the option to remove your tags, which happens immediately, and also to request that the item be removed completely. Great for those post-party realizations.

Granting App Permissions

One of the major changes Facebook is implementing will concern app permissions – an extremely important and often overlooked subject. While I couldn’t see this change implemented yet, it will be soon according to Facebook.
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When this rolls out, you’ll get fine-grained control over permissions you’re granting apps. Each request will appear in a separate window, and you’ll have the ability to grant some permissions while declining others. I hope to see this implemented by apps very soon.

Make Sure You’re Secure!

Facebook’s privacy settings are no joke. If you choose to have a Facebook account and share information, it’s imperative that you know exactly who you’re sharing with. And this includes third-party apps to which you might have granted access. The new Facebook privacy settings are truly easy to understand and tweak, but there’s one thing they can’t do: change themselves.
You’ve seen above how simple these settings are now. It will take you all of 10 minutes to go through everything on the settings page and make sure all is in order. To make your life even easier, here’s a short list of things you should pay attention to:
  • In the Security tab: make sure “Secure Browsing” is enabled.
  • In the Privacy tab: make sure your posts are visible only to those whom you want it to be seen to. (I recommend “Friends”. Just saying.)
  • In the Timeline and Tagging tab: make sure you know who can post on your Timeline. Do you really want everyone in the world to be able to do this?
  • In the same tab: Take a minute to review all the settings under “How I can manage tags people add and tagging suggestions?” These are important.
  • In the Notification tab: make sure you’re notified when people tag you, this is something you need to know about.
  • In the Apps tab: aside from removing apps that shouldn’t be there, you want to click “Edit” next to “Apps others use” and see what information about you others can share with their apps.
These are, of course, only highlights, but if you do nothing else to protect your privacy, at least take a look at these settings.
What do you think of Facebook’s new privacy settings? Did they help you take control of your Facebook presence? Are there other important settings you think no one should skip? Share all your thoughts below.

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4 Facebook Myths You Shouldn’t Believe


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The world has always been a place where rumor and gossip rule the day. As long as there were forms of communication, misinformation started spreading from one person to the next. It’s certain that the advent of the post prompted the sending of countless written letters filled with juicy gossip from one village to the next.
Then, the invention of the telegraph provided an ability for people to send fast telegrams to one another filled with news from distant places, and of course the telephone made that process even faster and much more personal. The age of the telephone gossip was born. The countless hours that must have been spent through the decades, with rumors, gossip and outright lies spreading from one person to the next.
Finally, the greatest form of instant communication was born – the Internet. With the Internet came newer ways to spread information that was heard from one source or another, but never confirmed. Newsgroups, text chat, forums, blogs, and now of course one of the most popular of them all – Facebook – have given new life to the beast known as misinformation.

Inadvertently Spreading Facebook Myths

Why are myths started? At least one definition of myth is “any invented story, idea, or concept.” So why do such stories get invented? How do so many situations arise where people feel the need to keep spreading false information, without bothering to confirm whether or not it’s even true?
This is a part of human nature that appears to have been with us for eons. Many say that the Salem witch trials in 1692 were sparked by rumors and gossip of witchcraft taking place within a small colonial community. These days, you’ve probably heard rumors that the soft-spoken children’s TV personality Mr. Rogers was once a Navy Seal. Or maybe you’ve heard the one about Walt Disney having his body cryogenically frozen, rather than the truth – that he was cremated in 1966.
Now that Facebook provides people with an instant method to spread the things they hear, these Facebook myths are running rampant today more than they ever have before.

Facebook Privacy Lies

Here at MUO, we’re all about security privacy on Facebook. There have been numerous MUO news reports about new Facebook privacy changes, Angela’s thorough and accurate Facebook privacy guide or her recent tips about the newest concern – Facebook Graph Search. Unfortunately, there are just as many lies about Facebook privacy concerns spreading around the social network that are completely untrue. One example is the story that continues to be circulated that when your friends like or comment on your wall, that their friends can automatically see private updates on your wall.
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This one is a perfect example of misinformation, because it’s based on a tiny morsel of truth – that your comments and likes on other people’s comments can be seen by the public – and it adds a huge mountain of lies on top of it.
People that really don’t know how to find out whether or not these security concerns are true simply believe it. Not only do they spread this Facebook myth to their family and friends, but they convince their friends to make changes to their settings that will make it so that they no longer see their own friends’ wall updates!
The truth is that the only way your friends can prevent this from happening is not posting public updates to their wall. They can do this by making sure the “Public” setting isn’t enabled on individual post updates.
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I’m actually shocked sometimes by how many people don’t even pay attention to whether or not their individual updates are public. How do you know if someone’s update is public? Just look for the globe icon at the bottom of the post.
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This means that your friends post is public. If you don’t want the general public to see your response to them, then don’t respond to a public post. It’s that simple. No super-secret security setting changes required.

Accessing Private Facebook Profiles

Back in 2009, I discovered that a lot of people wanted to know how to see the private wall of someone they knew. It might have been a girlfriend or boyfriend that hadn’t bothered to friend their significant other, a private investigator trying to access some information on someone, or a whole list of other reasons.
I liked writing controversial posts, so I took the challenge and attempted to come up with a creative way to solve it. At that point, Facebook had closed nearly every loophole there was – there really was no way to hack into a Facebook account. However, there is always a way to socially engineer. So I came up with a method to create a fake profile with an identical name as the friend of a friend. Then you request to be friends with all of the same friends as your target. Finally, you send a friend request to your target, they see that you have a ton of mutual friends, and they accept you. Viola – you can now see their wall.
So I was very surprised to discover that there’s a Facebook myth out there telling people about a very similar approach.
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The meme is only true insofar as you have friends silly enough to fall for the trick. The thing is that it isn’t that serious and it certainly isn’t a “hacker” trick. There are lots of people with the same name as you on Facebook – no surprise there.
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It isn’t a new thing. If someone wants to steal your photo and pretend that they’re you, you’ll just have to hope that your friends are smart enough not to friend them. However, just because your friends add them as a friend, it doesn’t jeopardize your own account or security in any way. It’s just a nuisance that can be taken care of pretty quickly with a report of fraud to Facebook. The issue is in reality quite rare.

Facebook Is Closing Down!

This happened in 2009 and 2011, and it triggered the viral spread of this silly rumor back then as well. An example of this kind of post from 2009 was as follows:
Attention all Facebook users
Facebook is recently becoming very overpopulated, There have been many members complaining that Facebook is becoming very slow. Records shows that the reason is that there are too many non-active Facebook members And on the other side too many new Facebook members. We will be sending this messages around to see if the Members are active or not,If you’re active please send to 15 other users using Copy+Paste to show that you are active Those who do not send this message within 2 weeks, The user will be deleted without hesitation to create more space, If Facebook is still overpopulated we kindly ask for donations but until then send this message to all your friends and make sure you send message to show me that your active and not deleted.
Founder of Facebook
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Oddly enough, there has been a repeat news report in the Weekly World news that continues to repeat this very claim as well. In fact, the most recent one claimed that Facebook is ending (or apparently ended) on January 15th of 2013.
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Maybe it’s wishful thinking on the part of Facebook haters, but Zuckberberg and Facebook representatives have informed PC Mag, CNN and many other media outlets that despite the constant spread of this meme, there’s not an ounce of truth to it. Facebook is not overloaded, Zuckerberg is not sick of running Facebook, and there doesn’t appear to be any impending doom for the social network any time soon.

Facebook Stalking

For years, people have been trying to figure out who is checking out their Facebook wall more often. Maybe it’s vanity, or the vain hope that someone out there has a secret crush on you, but the search for how to determine your Facebook stalkers is very common on Google.
One claim that you can find on Reddit actually explains one such Facebook stalker meme as follows:
“On facebook, people who show up on your news feed without you engaging in interaction have been checking your profile, the more updates you get from them the more they have been “stalking” you, use this to your advantage.”
People have been guessing at how to determine who is most frequently viewing their wall for years, and the truth is that no one really knows why the updates that you see appear infrequent and erroneous. Some have claimed that you see updates from the people whose posts you’ve liked most often. However, the truth is that there’s no evidence showing that who you see updates from reveals who has been checking you out.
In fact, you can swap your notification updates from “Top Stories” to “Most Recent” to see absolutely all of the most recent updates in the stream from your friends, making the claim above completely false because the display scheme is completely time based.
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Regardless the size of the element of truth within each of these memes, there is always a much larger element of falsehood to them. So, how do you know when a little piece of gossip about Facebook is true or false?
Well, Facebook actually created a special “Suspicious Emails & Notifications” section in the Help files for many of the most frequent fake claims that come up. You’ll find a lot of explanations there. Of course, sometimes a little bit of simple common sense will work out whether or not many of these things are true as well. Unfortunately, there isn’t a whole lot of that going around these days, so you’re sure to see an ever flowing stream of these false claims showing up on your friend’s wall.
The next time you see one – especially if it’s one of the ones above – make sure to let them know that it’s not true. You’ll be doing everyone a favor.
Have you seen any of these Facebook myths popping up? What other ones have you seen? Share your insight in the comments section below.


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Thursday, January 17, 2013

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Friday, October 26, 2012

Add a Twitter tab to your facebook fanpage free without any banner



This is a cool news for fanpage owners.Hurry up!!!. Just go to TwitterTabPlus app on facebook .Then Select a fan page by clicking "switch page" right-top.And after that click on install button .Then setup it with your twitter username by typing your twitter username and click "Setup New Username " button.And you can change tab skin,tweets count,cover photo,Bottom banner Add/Remove (Free) and etc..Enjoy!

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Facebook New Comments Tricks

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Facebook added a new feature   to facebook comments.Now you   can edit your comment anytime after you put it.Today I like to show you   some  special   cool comments   tricks for facebook.

1.Edit your comments  after  you put  it.
This is very important thing on facebook.Because when you put a comment there   can be some mistakes.Before we can’t do nothing for them but now you can easily edit your comment .

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2.Unfollow  Post.
When you put a comment on somewhere you will auto follow  the post.If the post get lot of comments then you can be have a trouble with the post .So then you can Unfollow  the post by clicking “Unfollow  Post” .


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3.Bookmark the post.

Sometime we can lost a valuable posts.So we must bookmark it by clicking the post Time Link.

Facebook Bookmark post
i.Click the  post Time then you will send to the post original link.
ii.Then  Press  “ CTRL+D” to bookmark the post.

4.Blue comments/Status on fcebook.
This is cool ..put your status in blue.
Paste bellow code when you put a status update with your own text.

@[1: ]@@[1:[0:1: Your  own Text Here ]]

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5.Mention Someone on a comment/status.
just put @[friendid:]  Or @Friend name (when you start to enter someone name a list will drop down.then select a friend from the list)  
EG:If  You want to mention mark zuckerberg on facebook   you can put @[4:] or You can start to enter his name @mark zucke.. then a list will drop down and then select him.



6.Use symbols on comments/status/massages/groups/fan pages and etc..
you can use special symbols on facebook and it will give  more special for you.
Bellow are some of most popular symbols of facebook and other social networks.
♥  ❤ ❥ ★ ✿ ✌✖ ☠ ✔ ☕ ♫ ☹ ✉ ╰☆╮❋ ⚘ ☁ ☀✯✡★☪ ™ ® ©
Copy any symbol above and paste it on facebook.


7.Write upside Download letters on facebook status/comments/massages/etc...

This is another cool trick on facebook you can put upside down letters on facebook using Upside Down letters converter.

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Colorful words converter for facebook chat .