It seems like Facebook is always changing where and how your privacy is stored. I was just checking out my ‘public’ profile to ensure that all of my pictures and status updates were set to “friends”.
If you don’t want strangers clicking through your photos and viewing your personal thoughts, here is how you go about checking (and changing) your Facebook profile.
Check Your Public Facebook Posts and Pictures
Any posts or photos that appear mean that you need to change them from “public” (the globe icon) to “friends” (the friends icon). You can do this by clicking on the date of your post or photos.
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