15 Default Privacy Settings You Should Change Right Now

“You’re not reading all those updated data policies flooding your inbox. You probably haven’t even looked for your privacy settings. And that’s exactly what Facebook, Google and other tech giants are counting on.”

When you use social media platforms or purchase things online, you should never assume the privacy settings of those platforms are designed with your best interests in mind.

Luckily, the Washington Post has put together this list of 15 default privacy settings you should change right now including to block Facebook’s facial recognition, Google’s tracking of your search history, and Apple’s iPhone ad tracking capability.

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