As I’m sure everyone has heard by now, the good old Book of Face made a big announcement today about turning all our FB data into a searchable database. Or, as data savvy
babes nerds like myself might say, query-able. So basically, without getting into too many details, this means that your posts, personal info, and photos will be accessible to more people, in more ways. It seems to be limited to going as far as friends of friends, but that’s still airing your dirty undies out for more people than you probably thought.
According to this article from NBC News, there are a few things you can do now to beef up your privacy settings so you’re not as accessible as you might be otherwise. It’s a quick read with some good tips. Take a look, it might just save your face (book). Or your dirty undo’s.
Side note, if you’re really observant you might have noticed the measly number of “likes” Keep It Neat has on FB. What gives? That’s all on you guys. So if you are reading this and are not “friends with” KIN on FB, how about changing that up? Remember, the more likes we get, the more viewers we’ll get, the more viewers we get the more advertising revenue we’ll earn (as in ANY), and with more ad revenue, the more likely it’ll be that I can quit my job to stay home and play with A and KP all day, and organize. And blog about it. Don’t you want to read those posts?! Look, I’ll even make it easier for you – click here, or on the blue Facebook button toward the bottom of this page, over on the right. I’ll even add a screenshot for you below this post. I’m spoon-feeding here – no excuses!