Just an FYI to check your Facebook privacy settings so that third-party vendors are not able to use the photos that you post. Is this something new or a change in Facebook's Terms of Service (TOS)? No. But there have been recent incidents where a Facebook user suddenly sees their photo that they posted on their Wall show up advertising a website or an item
Example (and in the funny or not-so-funny vein depending upon your perspective): a married man was on his Facebook page when suddenly he sees his wife's picture advertising a dating site with the caption "Hot singles are waiting for you!" The problem is that your photos can be "co-opted" to advertise to your friends on Facebook!
Here is how you can make certain that your photos are not used by third-party vendors in Facebook:
1. Go to your Facebook page.
2. In the upper right corner click Settings and then select Privacy.
4. Click the Facebook Ads tab.
6. Click Save.
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