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How to stop Facebook apps from sharing your info

msnbc.com
Wednesday, 25 April 2012

How to stop Facebook apps from sharing your infoYour personal data still can be accessed by your friends' Facebook apps even if you've set that data to be private. Here's how to edit your privacy settings to prevent unwanted (and perhaps even previously unknown) info sharing.
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