the cause of huge outrage for many users, it seems that many others are entirely oblivious when it comes to protecting their online information.Even though Facebook privacy breaches are
A new study by Consumer Reports has found that out of the 150 million Facebook users in the U.S., almost 13 million say that they don't set their privacy settings, or don't know that they exist. And 28 per cent of users surveyed said that they share everything, or almost everything, posted to their wall with an audience wider than just their friends.
The study goes on to highlight that it isn't just a lax attitude than can lead to your information being shared with those other than who you choose. Consumer Reports shared information that may be shocking to some:
"Did you know that Facebook gets a report every time you visit a site with a Facebook "Like" button, even if you never click the button, are not a Facebook user, or are not logged in?" Consumer Reports says.
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