(Jhaan Elker, David Jorgenson, Geoffrey Fowler/The Washington Post)
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Don't use default privacy settings on sites and devices
The Post's Geoffrey A. Fowler explains all the things companies can get from you if you use their default privacy settings. See how to change them here: wapo.st/SayNoToDefaults
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