The Facebook Support Team The privacy of featured photographs is always set to public; you cannot modify it. However, when you upload other people's photos to your profile page or blog, their privacy settings will apply.
The Facebook Support Team Hello, Paul. Your profile photo is always visible to the public. However, you may change the privacy settings for your profile photo so that not everyone can view the data, such as the description, likes, or comments. Only your Facebook friends will be able to like and comment on your profile photo as a result of this setting. For example, if you wanted only your family to see your photo, you could set its privacy level to private.
Hello, Jackie. Your current cover photo and profile image are always visible to the public, but you may alter the privacy settings for each of the other photos in your cover photos and profile pictures albums separately. If you want to make sure that no one can see your cover photo or profile picture, you'll have to delete them.
How can I change the privacy settings for my Facebook photos?
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Facebook's Policy of Open Doors They claim that we no longer control our photographs on their site, yet they maintain the right to display them openly to anybody. They let each user decide whether to enable or disable the various privacy options. When you upload a photo, you have the option of making it public or not. If you choose to make it public, then anyone can see it. You could use this feature to share pictures with friends but keep your best shots private.
If you don't want everyone to see your photos, there are two ways to do that. The first is to go into your profile and hide them. This only hides them from the general public. They will still be visible to anyone who is your friend on Facebook. The second way to protect your images is to use Facebook's Photo Archive. This feature allows you to save certain photos as a postcard-style image. Then when you find a photo you like, you can click on it and it will lead you to its archive page. Here you can see all the photos that have been saved by other users under the same category as yours. You can even search for specific photos using the library system they have set up.
So overall, Facebook lets you control what information you give out and how it is used. They provide many tools to help you control what you share and who sees it.
You may modify the privacy settings for your Facebook photographs. This short video tutorial demonstrates how to utilize this tool to conceal images on Facebook from the public or other persons you don't want to see them. The video also explains what data is shared and not shared when you post photos on Facebook.
To fine-tune your Facebook sharing, click "Customize settings" to discover more access choices. Select "Edit privacy settings for existing picture albums and movies" at the bottom of the "Things I share" choices on the Customize Settings page to view a page containing your current albums and films. From here you can determine if you want these items to be visible to everyone or just to your friends.