10 Things You Should Know About Facebook’s New Privacy Policy

by Larry Emmott on May 17, 2012

in Security,Social Media

Facebook updated its privacy policy last Friday, clarifying what it does with your data, while also blurring the limits of what it can do with your information. Commendably, it posted the entire document with tracked changes in red.

via 10 Things You Should Know About Facebook’s New Privacy Policy.

These are the ten things:

  1. Some data is always visible
  2. Careful what you write: 
  3.  Facebook notes your “Likes” and brands mentioned in posts: 
  4.  Post no evil
  5. Facebook can transfer data to others’ devices
  6.  Ads using data: 
  7.  Your Facebook data is used for ad targeting outside Facebook
  8. Apps keep your data even after you delete the app. 
  9.  California residents: 
  10.  More cookies:

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