Facebook Security Settings for the Paranoid

I’m only slightly joking with the title of this blog post, given that the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal involving the accessing of personal information of roughly 50 million Facebook users.  What’s concerning is that the data from those people was gathered after only 300,000 people took a survey on Facebook.  The survey then gathered information from the friends list of those people. There are two issues here.  Firstly we need to be careful about what information we allow third party apps to gather on us. Secondly we need to worry about what information our friends are unwittingly giving up about us.  Continue reading “Facebook Security Settings for the Paranoid”