Google+ Has Strong Privacy Settings
Jul 16, 2011 12:35 AM - PCWorld Video
The war between Google+ and Facebook is heating up. For years, rumors have circulated that Facebook’s many privacy blunders would cause a mass exodus and some users say they already feel safer in Google+. Elsa Wenzel shows you how to modify your settings to keep your profile private.
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