Facebook privacy settings have changed

Facebook today changed the method of how you are able to set your privacy. The idea that privacy can be done simply and effectively, so that the user experience is not compromised.(Even when not very technically proficient)

The other medium that has not been tackled is Google.

Google stores all sorts of information about every movement across the internet and people’s habits, as most people now search via Google.

Google stores this information for 9 months!
There have been other stories written about this recently that would suggest that there are other motives behind doing so rather than just being “helpful”.

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