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How to Avoid the Flood of Unwanted Porn on Facebook

November 16, 2011
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You’ve likely heard that Facebook was hit with a seemingly endless storm of pornographic and violent images, from Justin Bieber blow jobs to mangled dogs. What you may not have heard is how you can avoid it. We can show you how you, your friends, and your grandparents can avoid the storm of Facebook filth by basically doing nothing.
How to Avoid the Problem

Facebook has been proactively removing the unpleasant images from user feeds and profiles, but they aren’t gone entirely. You’ll have to take a proactive approach if you want to avoid the array of erect penises currently lurking in the shadows. Fortunately, this is pretty simple: don’t click on links if you’re not sure you know what they do. The regular Facebook interface is safe, of course, and so are any Facebook apps you’ve already installed.

What you want to avoid are links that read “check out how many people viewed your profile” and promise to show you something that you just won’t believe. (Having seen some of the images, I can assure you they are actually rather believable, or even beliebable in a few cases.) Basically, if you’re reasonably paranoid about the links you click you should be safe.

More:

http://lifehacker.com/5859989/how-to-easily-avoid-the-flood-of-unwanted-porn-…

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