Facebook has released a new "privacy" option called, "Instant Personalization,"
that is automatically enabled. If you want Instant
Personalization, do nothing. If you want to disable
"Instant Personalization," do the following:
Log into your Facebook account
At top right-side of page, you will see
a menu, called "Account" with a down pointer
Click the word, "Account," slide
down to "Privacy Settings" and select "Privacy
Scroll down to the bottom of the "Privacy
You should see "Apps and Websites"
at bottom of the page, under which you should see an "Edit
your settings" link that is slightly highlighted as
an available link to click: click this "Edit your
You should be on a page, entitled: "Choose
Your Privacy Settings: Apps, Games and Websites"
Again, scroll down on this page; on the left
side, you should see, "Instant Personalization"
Click the "Instant Personalization"
related "Edit Settings" button
Facebook will now show a very large
happy face video available for watching. Watch the
video and/or click "Close"
After closing the superimposed video, again, scroll down and you should see a
check box, "Enable instant personalization on partner
websites"; if you do NOT want "Instant
Personalization" UNCHECK the box.
There will be a pop-up "Confirmation"
click "Confirm" button. It may
take a minute to process.
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