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How to limit the Facebook data your friends' apps can see

This quick guide explains how to limit the Facebook data your friends' apps can see.
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Topic: Developer
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To start, login to Facebook, click on the drop-down menu in the top right, and choose Privacy Settings.

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This is the page you'll see. Make sure you haven't set this to "Public" unless you want to share everything publicly (like on Twitter) and then scroll down the page.

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Under the "Apps and Websites" section, click on the "Edit Settings" link.

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Scroll down to the "How people bring your info to apps they see" section and click on the "Edit Settings" button.

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From here, choose everything with you are comfortable in sharing with Facebook apps that your friends install. When you're done, click on the blue "Save Changes" button.

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