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"Friends don’t let friends get spied on.' – Richard Stallman, President of the Free Software Foundation and longtime advocate of privacy in technology.

Facebook Privacy – How Much Information Are You Giving Away?

If you haven’t reviewed your Facebook account’s privacy settings for a while, you may be sharing more than you realize.

Facebook is under fire for drawing up terms and conditions so confusing that few people can understand what they’re actually agreeing to when they sign up to the social network.

Whatever you think of the service, with 1.35 billion active users (about the same as the population of China), that means a lot of people are making friends and uploading photos without the faintest idea about what Facebook is doing with the data.

You can read more in an article by Julian Prokaza at

Categories: Online Privacy & Security

1 reply

  1. It is extremely easy to get into someone’s FB page if you know just a little about them –how do they know who Classmate from High School actually is when no photo is posted? Or perhaps Former Colleague…you just need to do a little investigation to get the names you need.


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