Monthly Archives: October 2013

Unhappy with iOS 7? Downgrade while you still can | Macworld

Despite the many warnings that iOS 7 was going to have a radically new look and it was worth it for some people to take a slow approach to upgrading, many people ventured blindly forth and were unhappy with the results. While raging at the dying of the light is one approach, there remains another—downgrade […]

Google – Policies & Principles

Google Account Settings On your Account settings page, you can see services and information associated with your Google Account and change your security and privacy settings. Visit Google Account settings. via Policies & Principles – Google.

Facebook Removing Option To Be Unsearchable By Name | TechCrunch

“Who can look up your Timeline by name?” Anyone you haven’t blocked. Facebook is removing this privacy setting, notifying those who had hidden themselves that they’ll be searchable. It deleted the option from those who hadn’t used it in December, and is starting to push everyone to use privacy controls on each type of content they […]

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