Can you Keep Private Photos Private?
McAfee, the Intel-owned security firm, wants to try. McAfee released a new app that lets users add an extra layer of protection to their Facebook photos. The app asks users to explicitly list who should be able to see their photos. To everyone else, the photos will appear fuzzy regardless of who likes, shares, comments or is tagged in them. And nobody — not even those who have access to the photos — can grab, download or print them. Any attempt to capture an image of a user’s screen will result in blank space. And because the app sends the photos to McAfee’s servers, not Facebook’s, it is able to turn off the save and downloading features.