Facebook Privacy One More Time
By Wired Pen on June 11, 2011
Facebook privacy changes have become an issue once again. Facebook has enabled face recognition in photos. Kathy Gill from Wired Pen shows you how to change the privacy setting for face recognition in your Facebook account.
It’s the never-ending story of Facebook. The New York Times technology blog, Bits, reports that Facebook has turned on facial recognition by default.
By default, this privacy setting tells Facebook servers to search its database for images you (and others) have tagged as you, and then compare that image to any new image a friend uploads. If the servers think they have a match, they will suggest your friend “tag” you in the photo.
Read the full post at: Facebook Changes Privacy Settings. Again.
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