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Social media services collect data about their users, which is then used for targeted advertising or sold directly to third parties for various purposes. But what if a platform like Facebook collected information about non-users, too? It does, and it's called a "shadow profile."

Early in 2018, Mark Zuckerberg admitted in a congressional hearing that Facebook collects information on people who are not Facebook users. To be clear, Facebook does not use the term "shadow profile," but that's become the common term for information collected on people who are not Facebook users. (It can also refer to data collected about people who are users, but the information in question was not provided by them.) Instead, it comes from third-party sources. In other words, whether you're a Facebook user or not, the company knows things about you that you did not explicitly tell it.

Why does Facebook collect such data? The official answers vary, but it seems to feed features such as "people you may know" and helps new users rapidly build connections when they sign up. Whatever Facebook's reasons for collecting this data, you may be wondering where it gets it from in the first place. While we'll never know the entire story, there are a few likely sources.

If you have friends who use Facebook, chances are that they share content with Facebook that helps paint a picture of who you are. If your friends post photos of you, Facebook's facial recognition system is (in principle) capable of matching it to other photos of you on the internet. We don't know if Facebook actually ever did this, but the technology was certainly in place. Facebook's use of facial recognition technology has been so controversial that the company announced it would remove facial recognition features and  delete all collected data using the tech .

When Facebook users sign up, they can give the app access to their phone contacts, which can make it easier for them to connect with people they know. However, it also means Facebook gets to see all the names and contact details of non-users in that contacts list.

Once Facebook knows certain key facts about you, such as what you look like, who your friends are, and what your email address or phone number is, it can simply scour the surface web to aggregate more info about you. Again, we don't actually know exactly how Facebook gathers data on non-users, we just know that it does and how it could (hypothetically) work.

Facebook is perhaps the most famous name linked to shadow profiling, but that doesn't mean the company is the only entity doing it. The fact of the matter is that most of us have been pumping gigabytes of data about ourselves onto the internet for years . Much of it isn't behind any sort of security and taken individually, is pretty benign.

The problem is that smart algorithms and massive data centers with incredible computing power can take all those individually "harmless" breadcrumbs of information about you and gain shocking insights about who you are, how you're likely to behave, and the best ways to influence you.

As we hook more of our personal data into the web and these systems get smarter and more powerful, large data broker organizations may end up knowing more about you than you do yourself. One famous incident reported by Forbes in 2012 details how Target could accurately predict which of its customers are most likely to be pregnant . In the 9 years since that story, the data mining and analytics methods at the disposal of companies like Facebook have advanced in leaps and bounds.

The sad fact is that we can't do anything about the technology itself and unless you're willing to become an off-grid hermit there's no practical way to keep your personal data off the internet. What we can do is influence the laws that govern how and when companies can gather information on us.

There are privacy laws in the real world that, for example, describe in which situations someone can take a photo of you without your consent. There are legal descriptions of what reasonable expectations of privacy are. While it may not feel like it, we are still in the early age of the internet. If social media platforms were people, none of them would be old enough to drink! In other words, we're still figuring out the rules as we go and regular users can lobby their representative lawmakers to push for pro-privacy laws that protect average individuals.

You can also carefully read the privacy policies of the services you use, especially when it comes to how and when they share your information with third-party entities like Facebook. That includes when privacy policies are updated! If you find anything in the privacy policy that you're not comfortable with, vote with your feet and walk away.

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Social MediAAAHHH!!: How to Make Your Profile Spooky for Halloween

If you want to share screams with your memes, you need to know what you're doing. Don't be the digital equivalent of the person who hands out raisins at the door. I'm going to go over four things you can do to make your social profiles a little bit more spooky.

Social MediAAAHHH!!: How to Make Your Profile Spooky for Halloween

Social media platforms are the perfect places to celebrate Halloween. You get to post like a ghost. Brighten & frighten. Haunt & flaunt. Share & scare. You get the point. Trick or tweet. That's it, that's the last one.

But if you want to share screams with your memes (sorry, this will keep going), you need to know what you're doing. Don't be the digital equivalent of the person who hands out raisins at the door. I'm going to go over four things you can do to make your social profiles a little bit more sp💀💀ky .

1. Change Your Name!

You probably already know about this one. It's all over Twitter, and now it's catching on everywhere else, as well. The Halloween puns. Karen is Skaren, Kendra is Kendracula, Luke is Spuke, Tony is Skeletony... you get it. Not everybody has the perfect name to spookify, but check out all your options! Go to a rhyming dictionary like Rhymer and experiment with all your name's rhymes. I, for one, would be "Trick-or-Pete Davis." I think.

Several screenshots of Halloween-themed Twitter usernames.

If wordplay simply isn't an option for your name, you can take the easy way out and replace some letters with spooky emojis . O is 💀, 😱, or 🎃, A is 👻, V is 🦇... you get the point. Emojis can make the most tame name an utter horror.

2. Change Your Profile Picture

To make a great Halloween-themed name, you need to get a little lucky. Not everyone is fortunate enough to change "Hunt" to "Haunt," or "Julia" to "BOOlia." Our guy Frank N. Stein has it the best. But everyone can inject some horror into their profile picture. It can be something simple: giving yourself little fangs, creepy eyes, or some drips of blood. Even just changing your picture to black & white and giving yourself glowing red or yellow eyes can take under a minute, and spook up your online presence considerably.

An example of a Halloween-themed profile picture.

You can upload your current picture to the Kapwing Studio , select " Adjust " from the right-hand menu, and drag the " Saturation " button to zero. Then, just choose " Shapes " from the top toolbar and select a circle (for eyes) or triangle (for fangs). Drag a corner to resize it, drag the shape to move it, and change its fill color – yellow, red, and black work well for Halloween. Enter Command+C, then Command+V to copy and paste it, and move the circles over your eyes. You can add more detailed eyes, fangs, scars, horns, wings, and more by clicking " Images " and entering what you want to add to your picture, followed by "transparent" or "PNG" (for the picture above, I searched for "laser eyes PNG"). Once your creepy overlays are in place, you can click "Adjust" again to change their colors and opacity. When you're done with your new profile picture, click " Publish " and your file will be ready to download in seconds!

3. Make a Themed Bio

This is basically the same as changing your name, but everyone can do it! You can't change your legal name (at least it's probably not worth it, just for laughs), but your bio can be whatever you want it to be. Tell a story, make a joke! Tell your friends and followers that you're fun & frightening! Or just frightening. Legitimately scare them and ruin their day.

The most fun way to spookify your bio is to use it as a mini ghost story. Make up one about yourself:

"The sky was starkly void, and the stars dared not to shine... through tendrils of entwined ivy rose the decayed hand of Peter Davis. In life he worked for Kapwing, and once craved only memes. But on this night, he craved a different sort of content... BRAAAINS!!"

Something like that. Go wild.

4. Make Your Banner Your Front Yard

"The banner image is the front yard of the profile." –Kapwing Kitten, 2019. It makes sense, I guess. For Halloween, at least. The front yard is the perfect place to really Bring the Spook©, and the banner image can be, too. Fill it with ghosts, ghouls, gremlins, skeletons, spiders, sorcerers, witches, wizards, and werewolves. In the Kapwing Studio, you can put together the ultimate Haunted Header in just a few minutes. Just go to the Studio , click " Start With a Blank Canvas ," and resize your image precisely for the site's specifications by clicking " Custom Size " in the right-hand menu. If you're making it for Facebook , simply choose the Facebook header option from the bottom list. For Twitter , enter 1500x500 in the upper fields, and for LinkedIn , type 1584x396.

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Now, just let your spooky imagination run free! Create your backdrop with shapes and colors, or search for any image, gradient, or background by clicking " Images " in the top toolbar. It's a good idea to add "transparent" or "PNG" to any search term, so everything fits right into your canvas. Get creative and take advantage of the banner image format. Bonus points if you can get your profile picture involved!

Tag us @KapwingApp whenever you share your content (haunt-ent?) on social media – we love to see what our creators are up to! And be sure to subscribe to the Kapwing Resources page – we’re constantly writing new tutorial and features to help you make the most out of Kapwing.

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10 Creepy Facebook Pages You Need to See

Whatever your definition of scary or creepy is, you're going to want to view these Facebook pages, as I've found that they usually find the creepiest content on the web.

One thing I enjoy doing around Halloween is reading scary stories and watching creepy videos. Just recently I've taken to Facebook to find the creepiest content on the web, and haven't been disappointed.

Whatever your definition of scary or creepy is, you're going to want to view these Facebook pages, as I've found that they usually find the creepiest content on the web.

Check out Creepypasta

With over a million likes, Creepypasta [No longer available] isn't obscure. Plenty of people are engaged with Creepypasta every day, as they regularly update their page with creepy pictures, stories, and videos. People seem to love their content.

If you speak Spanish you can check out the Spanish Creepypastas page , which is a little more popular than the English version.

Don't take my word for it, check out their posts for a good fright!

If you like their posts, and the equally creepy and sometimes funny Facebook comments, then like them and see what they're all about. I'm sure they'll update their page with even more creepy content.

Scary Content on CREEPYism

CREEPYism is another Facebook page that is sure to freak you out. The site has over 150,000 subscribers and a separate group of 11,000 members that  you might be able to join  and will certainly want to see.

The page is similar to Creepypasta in that it has a plethora of videos, photos, and posts on everything creepy and scary. I found that they occasionally post real-life horror stories, which is the creepiest kind of spooky. Just look at this mask and tell me you don't find that horrifying.

Read Scary Stories and Urban Legends

Much different than CREEPYism and Creepypasta is the Facebook page  Scary Stories and Urban Legends . The site owner shares scary facts, myths, and stories from users on the web, which can be downright spooky.

Most of the stories are short and easy to read, others are a bit long and really dial up the suspense. One of my favorite stories is titled "My Grandfather's Mirror" by Joshua Flowers . Be sure to read it, but be prepared to be creeped out!

Don't Pass on Pennywise The Clown

You might remember the 1990 movie It , based on the book of the same name by Stephen King. In the movie, there's a character named Pennywise the Dancing Clown that still gives nightmares to children and adults to this very day.

To captivate on this fear, a Pennywise the Clown Facebook page has been created that promises to scare and entertain you. The page regularly posts scary content, with special attention given towards Pennywise and other scary clowns. So, if clowns aren't your thing, or maybe if they are, be sure to view their page and give them a like.

Like Listverse

Listverse is an entertaining website with over 100,000 likes. Their site listverse.com [Broken URL Removed] focuses on many different topics, including politics, science, history, and strange lists.

When the site was first founded, it focused almost entirely on strange and creepy lists. It quickly attracted a large following, including myself, and gained a reputation for publishing lists that truly made you think. Check out their creepy archive on their site [Broken URL Removed], and give their Facebook page a like for more content.

Head on Over to Horror Society

If you want to follow-up on independent horror film , art, music, and performance, you should check out Horror Society's Facebook page . They support independent artists and projects, share content, and help to create a community within the horror world. They also have a radio podcast which features actors, directors, and artists. You can have a listen to their podcast  anytime, which includes over 200 episodes.

Abandoned Scotland

Scotland is a beautiful country, with many natural and urban areas that are sure to inspire. Scotland can also be a scary country, with many "forgotten, abandoned, and rarely seen places."

The Abandoned Scotland Facebook page features these freaky places through documented video and photos, which are meant to inspire people to explore the country. The page strictly tells would-be explorers to enter abandoned places with extreme caution, as the sites can be dangerous and terrifying. You can view their website for some more creepy content.

I especially enjoyed when they documented an underground train station in Glasgow. In the video, you can see a forgotten station which has been overwhelmed by the elements. If this doesn't give you the chills and make you want to explore, then you should probably check out the next item on the list.

Explore Urbex

The Facebook page Urbex [No longer available] might not seem strange at first, but just like Abandoned Scotland, the page explores forgotten areas - there's just something creepy about abandoned places. The page has around 35,000 likes and features photos and videos from abandoned places in the United States.

One of the most entertaining videos is when they explored the forgotten town of Spectre, which was used in the film Big Fish . While the film has nothing do with creepy and horror, the town itself can be seen as eerie, as it remains deserted and completely forgotten.

Call Ghostbusters

If there's something strange in the neighborhood, who you gonna call ? Probably Ghost-Lee Apparition Paranormal Investigations [Broken Link Removed].

This Facebook page focuses on everything ghosts. They regularly post stories, pictures, and videos of ghost sightings, and seem to find the most obscure stories from around the web. So, if you get creeped out easily, you may or may not want to scare yourself and head on over to their page.

Oh, and if you really think you have a ghost problem (and live in Virginia), be sure to use their services, as they deal with any problems related to paranormal activity.

Everything Creepy on Tumblr

Sometimes creepy doesn't have to be scary, sometimes creepy can be, well, just creepy. And the Facebook page The Creepy Side of Tumblr [No longer available] seems to find everything weird on the web.

A lot of their content might make you scratch your head, and others might make you freak out. So, if you're looking to be inundated with posts that make you question what you're looking at, then this is the perfect group for you, because Halloween is just around the corner.

People Love to be Scared

If one thing is certain, people love to be creeped out. Whether it's ghosts, zombies, clowns, or scary stories, people will find and seek out ways to scare themselves. If you happen to be one of these people, then I hope we've made your day.

If you enjoyed the Facebook pages above, you should also check out these creepy Instagram pages .

How to make yourself anonymous on Facebook

Here's how to make yourself anonymous on Facebook by changing your name and other settings

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Knowing how to make yourself anonymous on Facebook will help protect your privacy from strangers and annoying acquaintances while still letting you see what your friends are up to. 

For example, you could change the name that's displayed in your profile. You can also lock down your privacy settings to prevent other Facebook users from tagging you in photos, adding you as a friend, viewing your profile or sending you messages.

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This means you can use the social network in relative peace, without constant notifications and without strangers, distant acquaintances or former friends bothering or spying on you.

The catch to changing your name is that the Facebook name policy requires you to use "the name that your friends call you in everyday life." If Facebook detects that you're using a fake name, your account could be suspended or deleted.

However, considering the number of fake profiles on Facebook, plenty of people seem to get away with it, so you may consider using a fake or altered name worth the risk to ensure your anonymity. 

Changing your Facebook name is not illegal, but is intended for users who have changed their names due to marriage, divorce, or gender reassignment, and those who have legally changed their names.

With that caveat in mind, here's how to make yourself anonymous by changing your name and privacy settings on Facebook.

How to make yourself anonymous on Facebook: Change your name

1. Click the down arrow in the top-right corner of the Facebook website. Select Settings & privacy , then click Settings in the menu that opens . 

2. On the General Account Settings page, click the Edit button next to your name . Here you can type in a pseudonym to use instead of your real name, though as explained above this is technically against Facebook's rules. 

If Facebook suspects that you're trying to switch to a fake name, it may reject your request or ask you to provide identification to prove that you've changed your name legally.

On the same page, you can also change the "vanity URL" for your Facebook username to match your new name.

3. Click Review Change to choose how your name will appear in your profile. Enter your Facebook password to confirm and then click Save Changes .

Note that you won't be able to change your name again for 60 days , so don't proceed unless you're sure you want to stick with your new moniker. 

4. Next, go to your Profile page and click the camera button on your profile photo to change the picture. After all, why bother changing your name if people can still see your face?

To protect your anonymity, you can upload a photo of a pet, object, landscape or something even more nondescript. You have to use something though.

How to make yourself anonymous on Facebook: Change your privacy settings

1. Go back to Settings on the Facebook website and select the Privacy tab on the left. This section is very important for changing who can see your posts, send you friend requests and how other search engines list your profile.

Change "Who can see your future posts" to "Only Me" and "Who can send you friend requests" to "Friends of friends."

2. Select "Profile and tagging" from the menu on the left. This will prevent other people from tagging you in pictures and places, so your boss can't see what you were up to during last weekend's big party.

Change "Who can post on your profile"  and "Who can see posts that you're tagged in on your profile" to "Only me."

3. Finally, select the Blocking tab in the left-hand column. Type the names of Facebook users you want to block into the " Block users" box.  

This will help prevent cyberstalking by restricting or entirely blocking specific people from viewing your profile, tagging you, adding you as a friend or messaging you.

You can also block people from contacting you on Facebook Messenger by typing their names into the "Block messages" box . If you change your mind later, just click Unblock. 

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  • LePhuronn And thereby totally removing the point of engaging in Social Networking. Plus, the second you post something you'll give the game away to those on your friends list who actually know you, triggering all the questions of " why did you change your name?" Plus, the only people who'd want to be anonymous on Facebook are haters, trolls and stalkers. How about set up privacy settings that restrict total strangers from viewing and just be done with it? Or how about don't post anything ridiculous to start with? Reply
  • rutherfordsc The reason for the post is exactly for people who may never post anything, but may still want a Facebook account to privately message friends or just keep track of what others are doing. If you don't want to be fully anonymous its quite simple to skip the name and photo changes and dial back a few settings. Hopefully by showing people how to go the most extreme, they can decide for themselves what they want their settings to be, since all the relevant settings are now easy to find. Reply
  • das_stig 1. Do not sign up 2. If you did, delete you account and keep an eye open for FB holding any data. Reply
  • daglesj Indeed, just dump it. Real friends don't need Facebook. Reply
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