You have to stay on Facebook to see photos of the nieces and nephews and stay in the loop about Friday drinks — but you don’t want to offer up too much of your personal data to Zuckerberg’s all-seeing network. So what do you do?
A new YouTube feature gives the ability to blur out faces, licence plates, and anything else you like in a video. Here’s how to protect your privacy (and everyone else’s) while still sharing your movies with the world at large. See more >>