At their f8 conference in September, Facebook announced a series of substantial changes. You might think people involved in a social networking would be more accdepting of change, but that seems not to be the case. Like every set of Facebook changes before, the idea of new services or things being moved around the page seemed to distress the largest number of Facebook users – or perhaps just the most vocal.
Like all of Facebook’s previous changes, your individual privacy is impacted, and therefore its time to once again look at what the default settings are, what you are sharing and with whom, as well as when you share it. With my love of infographics fueled by my friends at Column Five Media , here is a great graphic breakdown of these changes, along with some important tips to help you retain control of your privacy and only share the things you want to share.