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November 20, 2010

Facebook's "Instant Personalization" Setting Violates Privacy

NEW FACEBOOK SETTING VIOLATES PRIVACY. As of yesterday, NEW PRIVACY setting called "Instant Personalization" that shares data with non-Facebook websites was installed and it is automatically set to "Enable."

Go to Account > Privacy Settings > Applications and Websites >Instant Personalization > Edit or customize Settings, ...and... un-check "Enable".

BTW, if your friends don't do disable the "Instant Personalization" setting, they will be sharing information about you. PLEASE COPY AND REPOST.

Posted on November 20, 2010 at 11:16 AM | Permalink

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