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While Facebook maintains that it does not allow advertisers to use your information or photos in adverts, it may allow it in the future -- they say. Facebook says that "false rumours" are circulating about its policies regarding your photos and content. Regardless of this, you still need to apply certain settings to ensure none of your data is used.
3. Click the link that says Edit social adverts setting.
Not everyone wants to know what their friends like -- so you can opt out of being paired with adverts. To do this, you need to make one more simple change.
1. Select No one again from the drop-down menu and hit Save Changes.
This is the end of the gallery. To see more gallery guides, from profile settings to privacy settings, visit the Definitive Facebook Lockdown Guide (Sept. 2011) for all the resources you need.