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Shame on me, but I really don't pay attention to things like privacy settings, terms of use, or any other fine print when I add myself to a service. I typically wait to see if there's a backlash from the community and then I act accordingly. This particular issue snuck up on me, though, and I didn't even realize what I had done.

My Nkọwa Facebook is fairly open to anyone who would like to connect. I'm a social person and I really don't have any secrets (or money for all you hackers out there), so I connect with everyone. About the only exception to this are geolocation tools. I think it's kind of creepy that people I don't know and live in some other state care about where I check in.

Anyways, in this case, someone posted something to my wall that was offensive to a good majority of the population. I won't go into detail… it wasn't porn, just a truly tasteless attack on their faith. I'm not a religious person, but I have the decency not to insult people who na-. Faith is something that's not only sacred, we've already figured out that folks don't mind killing themselves over it. For many people, their faith is all they have. In my opinion, it lacks any decency as a fellow human being and it's just downright mean.

What happened within minutes was that people unfriended me… along with a deluge of comments on what a jerk I was. (The irony is that I let the person who did it know that I was disappointed in them). So, because of one person in my network lacking any kind of decency, I've had to lock down my permissions. I still am allowing friends to post on my timeline… but no one else is going to see the information. To get to this screen, click the down arrow in Facebook (top right this very moment) and then select Olee otú Connect Jikọọ. I've circled the two settings I've updated.

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For you Facebook gurus out there, does this also stop any content from making it to my wall from another persons' wall that I comment on? Or will this do that?

7 Comments

  1. 1

    Ngbanwe ikike ahụ agaghị agbanwe ihe ọ bụla n'ihe ndị a. Ndị enyi gị ka ga-ahụ mgbe ị na-aza ajụjụ ma ọ bụ na-amasị ihe ọ bụla. Naanị ihe ị ga-eme bụ ịghara ikwu okwu banyere ihe ndị ahụ. Foto ndị dị egwu na nso nso a na Facebook bụ ihe eji eme ihe banyere otu Facebook si arụ ọrụ.

    N'ụzọ bụ isi, Anonymous mepụtara ọtụtụ akụkọ adịgboroja, jikọtara ha niile, gbakwunye ụyọkọ ndị ezigbo mmadụ, bulite ụda nke onyogho jọgburu onwe ha, wee nwee mmasị na nkọwa ha niile. Mgbe ị kwuru okwu na foto ahụ, etinyere ya na mgbidi ndị enyi gị n'ihi na ọ nweela ọtụtụ nkọwa na mmasị ndị ọzọ. Facebook na - arụ ọrụ otu o kwesiri isi: gosipụta ọdịnaya kachasị ewu ewu (ọ bụrụ na ndị enyi gị etinyela ya).

    Nanị ụzọ dị ya gburugburu bụ ileghara ma ọ bụ zoo ọdịnaya ahụ anya, ma ọ bụrụ na ị dị ka m, gwa ndị enyi ndị ọzọ gbasara ya ka ha wee mara.

    -Jack

  2. 3

    N'ezie, m na-ekwu maka ihe ọtụtụ mmadụ na-ahụ: ihe dị na ndepụta akụkọ ha. Ọ bụrụ na mmadụ tinyere ihe ozugbo na mgbidi gị, nke ahụ bụ akụkọ dị iche. Echere m na ị na-ekwu maka nri akụkọ gị, n'agbanyeghị. Ee?

  3. 5

    Emeela m oge ọ bụla iji mechie ntọala Facebook m. Adịghị m emegide mmekọrịta gị na gị, mana amalitere m nke a ozugbo m malitere inweta arịrịọ ndị enyi m n'aka ụfọdụ ndị na-enyo enyo. N'eziokwu, enweghị m itinye ego na ịkparịta ụka n'socialntanet dịka ị na-arụ na ọrụ gị na nhụta gị, yabụ enweghị m mmasị m ga-eso ma ọ bụ bụrụ nke ọtụtụ puku mmadụ na-amaghị n'ụzọ ọzọ si Adam.

    E wezụga nke a, anaghị m achọ enyemaka onye ọ bụla iji tinye ụkwụ m n'ọnụ, enwere m ike ịme nke ahụ nke ọma n'onwe m.

  4. 7

    Ndabara kwesịrị ịnọ na mkpọchi akpaka ma mee ka atụmatụ nzuzo niile dị mfe ịchọta. Hapụzie onye ọrụ iji mepee atụmatụ ha chọrọ. Nke ahụ bụ ihe onye nwe weebụsaịtị nwere ike ime.

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