Facebook Privacy Setting on Graphic App

To borrow a thousand words from my FB friend:

Hello to all of you who are on my list of contacts in Facebook. I would like to ask a favor from you….

You may not know that Facebook has changed its privacy configuration once again.

Thanks to the new “Graphic app”, any person in Facebook anywhere in the world can see our photos, our “likes” and our “comments”.

During the next two weeks, I am going to keep this message posted and I ask you to do …the following and comment “DONE”.   Those of my friends who do not maintain my information in private will be eliminated from my list of friends, because I want the information I share with you, my friends, to remain among my friends and not be available to the whole world.  I want to be able to publish photos of my friends and family without strangers being able to see them which is what happens now when you choose “like” or “comment”.

Unfortunately we cannot change this configuration because Facebook has made it like this. So, please, place your cursor over my photo that appears in this box (without clicking) and a window will open. Now move the cursor to the word “Friends”, again without clicking and then on “Settings”. Uncheck “Life Events” and “Comments and Likes". (Please see below animated picture for clearer picture :)

This way my activity with my family and friends will no longer be made public. Now, copy and paste this text on your own wall (do not “share” it!). Once I see it published on your page, I will un-check the same for you.

Thanks so much and God bless.

Or watch below looping picture going through the process (Pardon the blurred pictures, that’s to protect the privacy of my friends):



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