Face out to Facebook® Privacy priers
Are you a social networking freak? Do you find Facebook as a splash of refreshment for your busy life? Do you find Facebook games exciting? The exciting and newly introduced games as well as the existing ones are all one of their kinds. Facebook games often slide into your life in the form of perfect pass time affair. But, have you ever thought that a mere time pass can cost you your long undermined privacy? If not, Beware! As your privacy may soon be intervened! Wondering how? Thousands of malicious minds are sitting alert for a loophole to swiftly intrude your Facebook privacy and meddle with your settings.
Most Facebook users love to play the games available freely on the website. However, you are allowed to play these games only after you provide your e-mail address and personal info. In the excitement to enjoy these games, you land up parting with your privacy to the malicious hackers. The risk being, your privacy settings get revealed to marketing firms or other privacy priers.
If you want to keep your privacy in your pouch along with your bucks, get to know few clever tricks that can help you through. Once a game is launched, a permission screen appears that asks you for your personal information, posting message on Facebook wall or for sending e-mails. Do not click on the blue 'Allow' button, rather look for the 'Send me e-mail' option, and in it click on the underlined word 'Change.'
Once you choose ‘Change’, a drop-down menu would appear which would further let you to select a temporary forwarding e-mail exclusively for the app. Choose the temporary e-mail and then go back to click on the ‘Allow’ button.
With this small alteration, you would continue to receive e-mails from the application in your e-mail account. But, the game developer won't be able to trace of your actual e-mail address.
Your privacy may remain intact, once you decide to remove the game from your Facebook profile. Your Privacy would get more secured as the temporary e-mail address you provided would instantly dissolve. So, play safe and play healthy.