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This makes it easier for users to change their privacy settings instead of doing it one by one.
On social media platforms where anybody, even strangers, can easily look you up, it's important to have the option to manage your privacy and control who has access to the things you post. Nowadays, Facebook is among the popular apps that help ...
You don’t even need to create a full-blown profile.
With the ongoing quarantine keeping physical interaction at bay, we’ve learned to look towards online platforms to keep us engaged and connected. Instant messaging has allowed us to keep in touch with our families, friends, classmates, and colleagues, regardless of pandemic restrictions. Facebook ...
You have the option to turn this feature off.
These days, it's easy for strangers to look up information about you online, and without you knowing how. With the necessary contact tracing policy requiring us to share our contact information to different establishments, it isn't unlikely for strangers with malicious intentions to ...
The said posts contain links that, when clicked, will download malware on your device.
PSA: A new cyberattack on Facebook in the form of malicious tagging is targeting several users. The official Facebook page of the Office of the Court Administrator issued a warning against engaging with these malicious notifications and comments.Reports of users being tagged by strangers ...
You might want to reconsider.
If you're someone who uses Facebook Messenger to keep your best friend up-to-date with your life's most important secrets or if you use the app to "save" important and sensitive files by sending them to yourself, you might want to reconsider.A new ...
Users from 106 countries are affected by the leak.
On April 3, 2021, news reports about a leak involving millions of Facebook users' data popped up on the internet. According to a report by Business Insider, personal data of over 500 million users of the social media platform from 106 countries were published ...
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Have you ever heard of the *Off-Facebook Activity* tool?
Picture this: You're on Facebook and you're mindlessly scrolling through your feed. Maybe you're checking the pages of your favorite K-dramas or you know, trying to see what's been going on in your friends' lives. Suddenly, you see an ad for that ...
No more need for alt accounts.
Facebook Groups have been a crucial part of the quarantine life. It's where we connect with other people who share the same interests and do the same activities as us. It's also where we get to ask for the opinion of strangers ...
Yay or nay?
Tired of having to jump from Messenger to your Instagram DMs just to talk to your friends or colleagues? Well, you’ll soon finally be able to skip the hassle as Facebook just made a significant announcement today: They’ll finally be merging two ...
Facebook is allegedly collecting unauthorized data for market research.
Facebook is being accused of allegedly spying on Instagram users through the cameras on their mobile phones.A complaint filed in federal court in San Francisco by user Brittany Conditi said the social media giant was accessing mobile phone cameras through photo-sharing app ...
The tech giant announced a significant change to its Terms of Service.
Since its founding in 2004, Facebook has always championed online connectedness and the open sharing of information among its users. But in the last three years, Facebook has purged billions of accounts that violated its rules.Below is a notification sent by Facebook ...
Better safe than sorry.
Hearing of major social media websites being hacked isn’t a new thing anymore and that fact remains an unfortunate reality especially now that millions have shifted towards an online lifestyle. From the alarming hijacking of Whatsapp users that ballooned at the start ...
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