One of the most popular social networking websites on the Internet, Facebook, is known for allowing users to share pictures in organized and personalized manners. Often, however, users are tagged in pictures that they would not like others to see. While it is possible to untag yourself from a picture, you can also hide your tagged pictures from other Facebook users to ensure the privacy that you are looking for on the networking website.
Log in to your Facebook account and click “Account” on the upper right menu of the homepage.
Click “Privacy Settings” in the “Account” tab and click “Customize Settings” on the “Privacy” page.
Scroll to the “Things Others Share” menu and click the drop-down menu under “Photos and Videos I’m Tagged In.”
Select “Customize” in the drop-down menu. A window will pop up allowing you to block certain people or certain groups from seeing photos and videos in which you are tagged. To hide tagged material from everyone, select “Only Me” on the drop-down menu under the “Make This Visible To” section. To block certain people, enter their names under the “Hide This From” section.