[GNOME]: Disable password check after suspend.

Auto-login makes it possible to avoid a password check when rebooting the computer, but so far I have been unsuccessful in finding a way to remove the password prompt when restarting after hibernation. (closing and opening the lid of the laptop)

I have searched far and wide on the glorious world wide web but have not found a solution. Have found solutions for ubuntu and Feodora using power-management options or gsettings solutions like https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/10268/how-to-disable-the-password-check-after-resuming-the-pc-from-a-hibernate-state/ that suggests:
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.lockdown disable-lock-screen ‘true’

but in common for these solution is that the setting does not exist (like in this
case, lockdown folder) or that the changing of the value have no effect.

This is driving me crazy!! Please help!

Go into System Settings and select the Privacy icon, in here turn off the lock.