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How to Create a Privacy Protection Facebook Account?

Posted Jan 04 2013 1:48am
??Account is used for protecting our privacy protection while we get on Facebook at any time.It is also the key components to connect and share some information with your friends when you access Facebook. Many users opt for higher levels for privacy protection. And the Facebook privacy settings usually allow users to safeguard personal information, photos and other content that is contained within the walls of their Facebook account. 
??If you're unable to access the profile information or profile page from a fellow Facebook user, it is possible that their privacy settings have prevented you from doing so. With a successfully accepted friend request you can have access to privacy protected Facebook accounts.What should we do to upgrade a privacy protection account when we unblock Facebook website?Get ready and here we go!
    Firstly,log your Facebook account on your computer and use the searching box which is lied on the top of your profile page. Type the name of the person you wish to find and add it to the Facebook account.
??Secondly,scroll through the list of search results for the person's name, location or  the photo and make your selection.Click the "Add As Friend" link at the top of the page. Look for a confirmation message from Facebook detailing the acceptance of your friend request.Now,you just have the ability to access any information that is not restricted further by your new friend's privacy restrictions.
??Some Facebook users have adjusted privacy settings to prevent the "Add As Friend" link from appearing, making it impossible to send a friend request to access their account.
??Facebook users are restricted from sending friend requests to people whom they  are not familiar with . And Facebook users who send multiple unanswered friend requests may be temporarily blocked from sending friend requests.

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