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Instant personalisation takes some of your data from Facebook and is added to third-party websites when you visit them. However, there has been a major privacy warning over the use of instant personalisation, and users are advised to disable this.
1. Click the Edit settings button next under the Instant personalisation heading.
Because of the privacy concerns, Facebook will try and explain what instant personalisation is and how it works. You are welcome to watch the video -- or if you know exactly what you want to do:
1. Click the Close button to progress to the settings.
Where you should be: Account > Privacy settings > Instant personalisation page.
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Instant personalisation passes your 'public data' which is available to everyone, inside and outside Facebook, and takes it to third-party websites, like Pandora and Bing.
1. Recommended setting is to uncheck the box, to turn off instant personalisation.