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Facebook Graph Search: 5 Privacy Settings To Check
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Kristin Burnham
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Kristin Burnham,
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10/2/2013 | 1:02:27 PM
re: Facebook Graph Search: 5 Privacy Settings To Check
You can, to an extent. Look for the icon below the post, and hover over it to see what privacy the post is set to. The globe icon means it's public, the icon of two silhouettes means their friends can see it, the silhouettes of three people mean it's set to friends of friends, and the gear icon means it's set to a custom privacy setting.
OtherJimDonahue
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OtherJimDonahue,
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10/1/2013 | 8:57:45 PM
re: Facebook Graph Search: 5 Privacy Settings To Check
I continue to approach Facebook as I always have: By pretending that whatever I post could be read by anyone, even though I have strict privacy settings. If it doesn't pass that test, I don't post.
Thomas Claburn
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Thomas Claburn,
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10/1/2013 | 7:56:40 PM
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There should really be some way to check on friends' privacy settings, so you can choose not to comments on posts from friends with permissive privacy settings.
Laurianne
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Laurianne,
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10/1/2013 | 7:26:25 PM
re: Facebook Graph Search: 5 Privacy Settings To Check
Will we see a drop in photo comments now? That your friend controls the privacy settings on his/her photos and your comments on them -- some people don't think about this.
anon4491342999
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anon4491342999,
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10/1/2013 | 6:15:11 PM
re: Facebook Graph Search: 5 Privacy Settings To Check
I hate graph search no privacy in this searchhttp://just.pk/


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