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Should You Friend Your Teens on Facebook?

by Barbara J. Feldman May 27, 2010

Do your teens have a Facebook accounts? Are you concerned about the kids they hang out with or their online behavior? Getting a Facebook account and adding your teen as your Facebook friend is one way to monitor your teen and make sure they are OK. Teens are particularly vulnerable to online predators and online […]

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How to Use Facebook to Keep in Touch with Your Grown Kids

by Barbara J. Feldman May 26, 2010

Have you joined the social media world yet? If not, Facebook is a fun and easy way to keep in touch with your friends and grown children. Many people use Facebook as a way to meet new people as well and connecting with friends, new and old alike, helps combat depression and other issues associated […]

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Your Photos on Facebook: Choosing the Right Level of Privacy

by Barbara J. Feldman May 26, 2010

Facebook is the number one social networking site and for a good reason. It’s easy to use and offers many privacy options for the highest level of protection available on a social networking site. Facebook’s privacy options are meant to protect users and ease worries about random people seeing your pictures, posts and comments. In […]

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10 Must-Have Facebook Privacy Settings

by Barbara J. Feldman December 18, 2009

Privacy is important and, if you adjust your account settings to your level of comfort, you can protect your Facebook account privacy. You can allow as many or as few people as you like to access your information. Let’s take a look at ten important privacy settings and the reasons why you should be making […]

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10 Must-Have Privacy Settings for Facebook

by Barbara J. Feldman December 16, 2009

Facebook privacy settings fall into a few different categories. Your profile settings control who sees your wall, your personal information, your contact information and your photos. Your search settings control what people see when they search for you and how you allow people to search for you. Additionally, you can protect your news feed and […]

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How to Keep Your Old Facebook Privacy Settings

by Barbara J. Feldman December 15, 2009

In a recent announcement, Facebook has made the default privacy setting for status updates visible to “everyone.” What this means is everyone on the Internet, not everyone of your friends. The reason behind the change is Facebook’s desire to increase it’s visibility in search engines and to compete more directly with Twitter (where public updates […]

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