Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- We're always talking about how to make yourself more secure when using Facebook.
How do you tweak that one setting so people can't tag you in spam pictures online?
Here are a few quick security tips to keep your private info private on Facebook:
When you click the down arrow next to your name and home, click on privacy settings.
Here the first setting to hit is control who sees your post - you should keep this set to friends only, that way random people online can't visit your profile and see what you've been doing or posting.
The next setting to check is Timeline and Tagging - this should be set so only your friends can post on your Facebook page, and only your friends or friends of friends can see what everyone else has posted on your page. You also want to set both review settings to "on" so anything your friends tag you in won't pop up online until you approve it.
Next from the privacy settings page, click ads apps and websites, then click edit settings next to instant personalization - this is an important one because Facebook partners with other sites to push advertising at you based upon what you do and look at online on Facebook.
They're tricky here too, by default they have enabled so when you visit sites like TripAdvisor or Microsoft's Bing, so by un-checking the box on this page, it'll make your online activity just that little bit more secure, and more private.
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