Facebook Photos Get Blurry With This Privacy Plug-In




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If you start to see a lot of blurred photos on Facebook this fall, here's the reason why.

Starting at the end of August, McAfee will be making it a little safer to share your photos on the social network. The security company is launching a product called Social Protection, which lets you control who can see your photos on the site and prevents people from downloading those pictures to view elsewhere.

A collaboration between Intel and McAfee, the browser plug-in shows your photos as blurs -- until your recipients also install the plug-in.

When someone views your pictures using Social Protection they will be prevented from downloading or sharing those pictures. Much more sophist…
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