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Short answer: no. You can only block tagged photos from appearing in your timeline until they are approved, or remove your tags after they were posted. But it is not possible to prevent your friends from tagging you in their own photos.


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Your choices for who can send you friend requests is "Everyone" or "Friends of Friends". You'll find that setting under "Privacy Shortcuts". Click the padlock icon and expand "Who can contact me". For your future postings, you can set the default to friends only. Expand "who can see my stuff" and set the value for your future posts. If you want to be ...


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When you are logged on to Facebook you will see a lock button in the top right corner next to the notifications button. It will give you access to who can see your stuff and who can send you friend requests/messages. I don't think you can turn off the ability for non-friends to search for you but you can limit what they see. And I don't think you can ...


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Google will likely keep your information until the end of time - or until they see fit. Google has hundreds of millions of users (350 as of April 2012 - Larry Page), a number which has likely grown substantially. When you delete your account, Google will likely move this information off of their live servers (eventually, some mention that this is after 60 ...


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Click on the little triangle on the far right side of blue bar and choose Activity Log from the menu. Then in the left sidebar under Comments click MORE and then Friends. Under the blue bar at the top it will say "Who can see your friend list?" followed by some icons. Click the square-like icon and uncheck all the check boxes corresponding to places ...


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Could not find the way you explain in the other answer, but through help I have found a link to do it https://help.linkedin.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/49410/kw/How+to+view+a+LinkedIn+profile+anonymously


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I am still looking into this but I am beginning to suspect that there is no http://goo.gl/list-all link or similar capability. (I didn't find one, but obviously that's no proof). It's possible that the warning is there merely because the name space is relatively small, so typing a random shortener has a good probability of getting you somewhere, and one ...


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Excellent question! I am a developer for Cognito Forms and am glad to answer this. First, we need to document this as a separate page in our help documentation to make this very clear, but we do discuss our security a bit at the bottom of the How to Setup Payment page. To expand upon this, here is what we do to protect the security of our customer's data: ...



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