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11 months ago
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June 25, 2012
You can un friend someone or block them much easier if they become a problem.
Which begs the question of whatever myriad privacy-robbing features FB and other social websites 'test' by means of quietly activating and de-activating.
"This wasn't a formal release -- this was something that a few engineers were testing," the spokeswoman wrote. "With all tests, some get released as full products, others don't. Nothing more to say on this for now -- we'll communicate to everyone when there is something to say."
No fb? No problem. Doesn't affect my life one iota.
I have a fb account and am very careful about who I 'friend'. If it's not someone I know, forget it. If it's a friend, of a friend, of a friend, forget it. I am very careful to only have friends that have the same interests as me, and are know directly by another friend of mine. Hence, I only have 107 friends. We all share the common interest of horses, or are immediate family.
This is a little misleading making it sounds like it happens to everyone and its not. You have to open that app and open it up before it will happen. I never go to the apps sites they have, don't play games, etc Facebook isn't bad if you are smart about what you post and don't jump into everything they provide. I am cautious about any social networking site as we have discussed many times. .
Another reason not to have a Facebook account...
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