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How to make all your social media posts truly private

Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram privacy settings, explained
Social media apps

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Social media apps

Who else can see your posts?

Most of us are aware that we need to be careful with what we post on social media, but do you know exactly who can see your recent vacation photos and status updates? Here are the privacy controls you need to know about on three of the biggest social networks.

Facebook

Facebook privacy options

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Facebook privacy options

You can customize who sees each Facebook update that you publish.

Whenever you post something on Facebook—whether on the web or in a mobile app—there's an audience selector

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