Facebook Removing Option To Be Unsearchable By Name, Highlighting Lack Of Universal Privacy Controls | TechCrunch – Time to check settings #prvs #privacy

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“Who can look up your Timeline by name?” Anyone you haven’t blocked. Facebook is removing this privacy setting, notifying those who had hidden themselves that they’ll be searchable.

Bonnie Sandy‘s insight:

Now if you use Facebook for business, this is a good thing. I suggest  that you want to be searchable. So go optimize… 

If you’re under a witness protection  program… it may not be wise to be online under your real name and persona. 
To control whosee what go check your various settings… 

To my Family members my timeline is public so if you want  pricacy  use the family  group. or set  who sees your  posts or conmments to only  friends.

To my "friends" who have a somewhat more colorful taste… Remember you can  set who sees individual post and some of you may want to consider the "only me" option (under the publicity tab at the bottom of the share window… no need to publicize your fetishes especially if you also use it  for business  just saying!  

Finally head to your about on your page click edit and check the  settings  

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