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How to Block People from Tagging You in Photos on Twitter

·National Correspondent, Technology
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As of earlier this week, you can now tag up to 10 people in a photo on Twitter. If you think this can only end in disaster, here’s how you can stop other people from tagging you: 

Log into Twitter on your desktop, click the tool icon in the upper-right corner, and select Settings.

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You’ll be brought to your account page. On the left column of the page, click Security and privacy.

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Scroll down to the section labeled Privacy. From there you can set the limits of the public’s ability to tag you.

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Click Save changes at the bottom of the page. You’re done! Now you’ll never have to worry about some random person tagging a double-chin shot of you for the public to see.

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