Even with the backlash from the Facebook community, Mark Zuckerberg’s revamped Facebook privacy policy is not as simple, clear, and easy to use as, say, Facebook 1.0. It’s still easy to be confused as to whether or not your work-friends or your friend-friends can see your status update of “blowing off work to go shark surfing.”

Even though everybody should be impressed by that, not everybody will be. You need an easy, graphical way to manage your privacy settings. Rather than read the 2,000 word, minutiae-ridden reviews of the privacy policy (to say nothing of the policy itself), why not just download Privacy Defender? 

Ironically, you’re going to have to give them access to the information in your account, but once you do, you’ll be able to point-and-click your way to the exact privacy settings you need to keep your private life as private as you like. Or, if you’re an exhibitionist, as public as you prefer. It’s free, you can download it from their site, and what have you got to lose (hint: your job).
 

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