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Facebook All-in-One For Dummies, 2nd Edition by Jamie Crager, Scott Ayres, Melanie Nelson, Daniel Herndon, Jesse Stay

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Chapter 11

Managing Connections Gone Awry

In This Chapter

arrow Unfriending or hiding a friend’s updates

arrow Blocking a person

arrow Leaving groups and Unliking business pages

arrow Blocking unwanted apps

arrow Removing timeline content

arrow Fixing a compromised account

While you’re building connections and reaching out to new people, your name starts to show up in more places as you share mutual friends or interact by commenting on a friend’s post. You should find more people reaching out to you. Maybe some of your newfound friends invite you into their groups, or invite you to strangers’ birthday bashes, or ask you to play games with them as they post tons of updates about their latest win in AquaVille. Sometimes, you'll find yourself with Facebook connections that turn bad.

If you need to purge your social connections, hope is available. In this chapter, we help you to navigate through Facebook to remove connections ...

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