The Unofficial FB Privacy Manual Secure Your Online Persona


Privacy. It means different things to different people, but whether you're an extrovert or the king of the local party scene, there is always a fine line between what you know and what you want others to know.

Forums like Facebook make it easy for us to connect with each other – to keep track of old girlfriends and to dig dirt on potential new ones – but that's a knife edge that swings both ways, and the modern gentleman needs to know how to navigate such precarious cyber seas.

The (Very) Unofficial Facebook Privacy Manual, by Angela Alcorn, just might be your online saving grace.

With Facebook all but flinging our private lives out on the street like so many clothes flung from the balcony of a once scorned woman's abode, you need to know how to secure your privacy and make sure your comments, photos and updates are only seen by those you trust.

The guide, which has been created to coincide with the release of the tell-all-tale The Social Network, which does little to glorify Facebook founder and gazillionaire Mark Zuckerberg (like lots of caught out celebs, he chose to shed some cash to charity as the flick hit the big screen), shows you how to keep up with Facebook's constant changes and even reveals some privacy tit-bits you'll wonder how you ever lived online without.

Because we all have secrets.

The (Very) Unofficial Facebook Privacy Manual

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