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I've looked into this in the past (out of curiosity, not in an attempt to actually access this information) as a Google Apps admin for a previous company. The answer is that the only way for an admin to access this information would be if they changed your password and logged in as you. For this to happen they would almost definitely need a very good reason ...
Short answer: no, your Google Apps admin can NOT see your web search or youtube history. I'm a Super-Admin (highest level) for my company under Apps for Business, and I can't find any YouTube or web history activity via my Admin console. What I can do is see a log of email going in and out, and enable or disable Chrome history syncing for my users (but ...
This isn't possible with the current set of privacy options. Let the Facebook newsfeed algorithm and your friends' judgements take care of filtering the spam perspective for your friends.
Yes, you can! File -> Email as an attachment -> Attach as PDF Then add your own email address to email the file to yourself. The PDF attached to the email will have direct links for both inline hyperlinks and plain URLs without any unwanted Google tracking.
There are settings in Facebook that allow you to restrict individual Friends from posting to your wall or liking or commenting on your posts. http://xnotion.hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Stop-Certain-Friends-From-Commenting-on-Your-Facebook-Posts They will still see your posts, but cannot get involved in them. That way, they will still be "Friends" on FB, but ...
Just noticed it myself. You can indeed check this in incognito modus (chrome), check what info you still see (like town, or company/work), then goto your ABOUT section in facebook and change the setting of privacy (url is https://www.facebook.com/YOURUSERNAME/info ) and change setting from 'public' into 'friends' or whatever. Then refresh the screen in ...
If you open the doc and comment from an incognito tab, the comment will post anonymously. To open an incognito tab, type Ctrl+Shift+N (windows, linux, chrome OS) or ⌘-Shift-N (Mac).
Unlike LinkedIn, this is not possible on Facebook. In fact, Facebook developers are explicitly prohibited from making any application that claim to be able to do so in accordance with the Platform Policy. You can somewhat see who you chat with the most. See http://digiwonk.wonderhowto.com/how-to/track-who-views-your-facebook-profile-0147349/
Nope, there is currently no way if doing this. Sorry...
The best solution to your problem is using a browser plugin called Ghostery.Please see the image below screenshot. It is available for Mozilla and Chrome .
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