Reclaim Your Facebook Privacy

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2 Applications to Help You Reset Your Privacy Settings

If you thought you had your privacy settings squared away on Facebook, think again. Throw the settings that you approved a year ago out the window. They mean something totally different now.

Facebook has, once again, made some modifications that make a huge chunk of profile content public by default.

The reason for this change?

Simple. Facebook wants to expand its brand across the the Web. By doing this, Facebook brings users' Facebook friends lists to external sites and shows them their friends' activity. A news site, for example, could show which stories your Facebook contacts have been recommending and commenting on.

While you may be okay with this, others are not.

Thankfully there are two new applications just for people who want their privacy back. These are tools that make it easy to understand and fix Facebook privacy settings.

Please see full article below for more information.

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