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(1). When you post or share a post on Facebook, make them "friends only" by clicking on the down arrow left to the Post button (2). Use the above friends only option when you upload a photo, a photo album or a video You can change that privacy after you upload photos/videos too. Cover pictures are always public. You can not change it. Profile pictures ...


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The lukman’s solution doesn’t work indeed, even if YouTube says your favourites are private. But if you go to your favourites, click on playlist settings and choose private, then it works!


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I had the same Problem and solved it with the following change in my privacy settings. Go to "Timeline and Tagging Settings" and Check out the Option "When you're tagged in a post, who do you want to add the audience if they aren't already in it?" It was set to "only me" and I changed it to "friends" and now friends can see post I've been tagged in.


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You can view you "Activity Log" when you go to edit your profile. At that point you can remove anything you don't want someone to see if they access your account through your login.


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Recently, Facebook has been undergoing large changes and thus many bugs have come about. The most likely reason seems to me that it is a bug in the Facebook system, but it could be one of two: That the 'View as' feature is bugged, as you and @josmh suggested, or That the privacy settings are bugged, and your friends really can't see it The former of the ...


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I just tested this, and the answer is yes. Despite account A putting all its mutual friends with account B on "restricted", account B (unfriended for the sake of the experiment) was able to see friends-of-friends content.


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Set up your G+ personal rofile. Then set up a Google+ Page. Then give that Page its own password, and after that only log in as the Page, not as your personal profile. The Page has practically the full G+ account functionality. Google knows what human being it is tied to, but that's all. The profile that's displayed is always the page's profile.


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Apart from what's already mentioned in the comments, it is possible that you have a friend tagged in the photo and he saw it because the photo appeared on the friend's timeline.



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