If you haven’t updated your Facebook privacy settings in a while or posting things publicly chances are you might already had a visit from a blue dinosaur. As a reminder for privacy settings the social network is testing this new Dinosaur picture with a computer that pops up often when you post something publicly.
The Dino is just another layer of security on Facebook to make sure that you are aware of the fact that your posted stuff will be visible to everyone on the network. If you have been lazy to change your privacy setting than the Blue Facebook Dinosaur may pop up with the following message.
“Sorry to interrupt. You haven’t changed who can see your posts lately, so we just wanted to make sure you’re sharing this post with the right audience.”
“(Your current setting is Public, though you can change this whenever you post.)”. Basically, its just a funny way to remind you that you should buff up your settings to make sure that your personal stuffs are not public to anonymous person on Facebook.
Although the privacy dinosaur may sound ironic to some who believe Facebook is always feeding on the information we post on the social network. And that’s not entirely wrong either but as the world’s largest social networking site it is Facebook’s prime responsibility to make its user feel that it cares.
As much as Facebook spy on users likes, comments, shares and posts to make profit from advertisers the company wants its users to feel safe.
Whether one entirely or partially uses Facebook’s privacy settings or don’t care for it at all the social network wants them to know that they have option to be more private on the network.
So if you are one of those who don’t bother to pay visit to the privacy setting option on their Facebook accounts get ready to be bugged by this blue Dino.
However if you are constantly updating your privacy settings and altering details of what you share and see on Facebook you might get lucky and never be bothered by the Blue Dinosaur.