Facebook’s Social Feed: How to Check Your Privacy Settings

Facebook is making another effort to capture a bigger share of the “social conversation” around news and pop-culture events. Your posts might be part of that push if you aren’t up to snuff on how you publish.The Journal’s Evelyn Rusli has the details on the change. Facebook is giving a small group of media companies — and more down the road, including “preferred marketing developers” — the ability to tap into its feed of posts that people marked as public. The organizations also gain access to Keyword Insights tools that let them sift posts based on a certain time frame or by demographic information such as gender or age.
http://blogs.wsj.com/digits/2013/09/09/facebooks-social-feed-how-to-check-your-privacy-settings/Also see:Facebook axes privacy feature that let users hide profiles from search [AP]
Facebook is getting rid of a privacy feature that let users limit who can find them on the social network.Facebook Inc. said Thursday that it is removing a setting that controls whether users could be found when people type their name into the website’s search bar.

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