Posts Tagged ‘facebook’

Facebook and More Privacy Issues…

Posted: February 8, 2013 by IntentionalPrivacy in Privacy
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Read this article about a new feature that Facebook has in beta. If you value your privacy–even if you don’t have a Facebook account–it will scare you. As Jeff Cogswell, the author, recommends, try the three searches at the middle of the page

I don’t post much on Facebook, but I still don’t like it! Not one little bit.

Facebook Like button snafu

Posted: October 24, 2012 by IntentionalPrivacy in Social media
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According to, if you send a message to someone and include a link to a website, Facebook will interpret that as a Like for that website, even though you might not like the website at all.