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Imagine if every website you visited or article you read on the web showed up automatically on your social media profile. News sources--such as The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal--have built custom apps for Facebook with default settings that share users' habits with their social network. But many users don't like the idea of these "frictionless" services. We consider the pros and cons of putting it all out there.
How to stop sharing Socialcam videos on Facebook
Socialcam is a free app that allows users to upload and share videos with their social network. It’s similar to video sharing apps Viddy and Chill, which share user-generated content and popular videos from websites such as YouTube. Every video you watch on Socialcam is automatically posted to your Facebook feed, letting friends see your online viewing habits. Because the video titles and thumbnails it posts to your timeline can often be misleading or embarrassing, here's how you can keep from sharing everything you watch:
Follow these same instructions to adjust sharing settings for social readers, such as the Washington Post Social Reader and WSJ Social.
Facebook privacy setting rules are always subject to change, and these instructions are current as of June 12, 2012. For more information, see Facebook's privacy statement.