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If you are really concerned about privacy, then you probably shouldn’t use Facebook. But if you are like a billion people on the planet, you’ve decided that Facebook’s tradeoff between sharing and privacy is worth it. That’s certainly reasonable. Plenty of non-Facebookers today complain that they miss out on a lot of social activity — from spontaneous happy hours to wedding announcements. So if you are a Facebook (FB) user, is there a safer way to use the tool?
As a privacy expert I get this question all the time: Are there two or three things I should do to make my Facebook account safer?
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