Activate Your Facebook Timeline Now!


                   Facebook’s Latest Service Timeline is Now Available for Everyone Worldwide.Timeline allows you to compile and let others see everything they have shared so far from photos to stories to shared music and videos.Timeline was announced by Facebook at the F8 Conference earlier in the month of September.It was Globally  Rolled out Yesterday.

you can activate Facebook Timeline for your Facebook profile right now.

Activate Facebook Timeline

To Get Facebook Timeline right now, follow the steps –

1. Go to  Introducing Timeline page and click “Get Timeline” at bottom of the page. (If you prefer to wait, a profile alert will appear as the feature rolls out on your profile).

2. Then you are taken to your preview Timeline page.

3.  At the top right are options appear to Take a Tour or Publish your Timeline.

4. Clicking on Public will make your Timeline live right now. Its a good idea to take a Timeline Tour.

7  Day Timeline Preview

Here are a few facts before you decide to publish your timeline and make it public and live on the internet to your friends.

  • When you upgrade to timeline, you have only 7 days to review it
  • Only you can see your timeline during your 7-day preview.
  • You can publish your timeline anytime during those 7 days.
  • If you don’t publish timeline in 7 days, it will go live automatically after seven days.
  • Your new timeline will replace your profile, but all your stories and photos will still be there.

Facebook Flaws Exposes CEO’s Private Photos


The Wall Street Journal reports  that a Facebook flaw has exposed private photos of Mark  Zuckerberg, Facebook’s CEO. In a post made on Nov. 27 on the web forum BodyBuilding.com, an anonymous blogger listed step-by-step instructions on how to access photos uploaded by other Facebook members, even if the images had been marked as private.

Later a blogger tried the steps and used it to publish a private photo of Mark Zuckerberg. However, Facebook has fixed the flaw now.

In a statement, a Facebook spokesman said the flaw

“was the result of one of our recent code pushes and was live for a limited period of time. Upon discovering the bug, we immediately disabled the system, and will only return functionality once we can confirm the bug has been fixed..”

The settlement requires Facebook “to establish and maintain a comprehensive privacy program,” the FTC said at the time.

The posting of Mr. Zuckerberg’s photos Tuesday recalls a similar attack staged in January, when a hacker appeared to post a message purporting to be by the CEO that suggested the company raise funding from its own users rather than banks.
To Watch the discussion on this topic in the video of The Wall Street Journal