I enjoy debates and discussions and even the occasional cute animal photo/video.The positivity quips on backgrounds of rivers, trees, and flowering fields—oh, yeah, love ‘em. Despite displaying few boundaries with much of the personal information I share (both on FB, in my personal blog and with anyone who might listen), I have areas in my life that I prefer to remain subtle with.But there you have it — gobs of personal information on hundreds of your friends that they didn’t hand over to Facebook…
Facebook said the new fee was intended less as a way of generating revenue and more as a means of protecting user privacy.At a media event at its campus in Menlo Park, Calif., on Tuesday, Zuckerberg demonstrated how the search feature could helps its 1 billion users find people based on their interests, photos and places they’ve been.Tom Stocky, Facebook’s director of product and the force behind the new feature, then showed how singles could search through data on their “friends of friends who are single.” The feature “allows people to use the graph to make new connections,” Facebook said in a statement.And you already agreed to it, and you can’t opt out of it..
This is called your “Facebook Invite History”, which is funny because you probably never invited any of these people to Facebook.
We have our own barometer and it tells us what’s right and what’s not and what stage of cheating we’re in. Most, if not all, of these tips can apply to any dating situation and life in general.