Have your Facebook settings been adjusted for maximum privacy?
Before you go directly to the Facebook settings page, we recommend that you review your password.
Your password is your first digital line of defense, so it’s important to have a good one. Facebook recommends using at least six characters, a symbol, and a combination of upper and lower case letters. However, longer passwords are more secure.
Facebook also recommends that your passwords be unrelated to the passwords you use for email, and avoid including any obvious personal information in them, such as your birthday or phone number.
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From here, you’ll be able to see your existing privacy settings in full, from the posts you make to the people you talk to. The best part? Each of these elements can be adjusted to your personal preferences – just click the edit button on the right.
Select Security & Login on the left to view more details about your current security settings, including two-factor authentication, password changes, and notifications about unrecognized logins