Facebook recently announced to web developers that they can no longer use like-gating as a way to artificially inflate social media presence. Social networking has been a target for online marketing and SEO, but some webmasters used popups that forced users to like a page before they can read the content. The process was called like-gating, and Facebook is determined to put an end to it.
Facebook can be a great way to catch up with friends and get the latest news, but the privacy settings can leave your personal information at risk. This article takes a look at six key Facebook privacy settings you might want to change now.