How To Keep Your Friends Private In Facebook
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I agree that it is a violation of privacy and that it is inexcusable for FB to do this. I do not have this problem since I block it all out, but I do have problems when I share a photo with a friend that I do not want them to see. They always see it even if I make the photo private. It is still in the news feed and they always see it. I just gave up sharing a lot of photos with friends because of this. I have been a user for over 2 years and this is the first time I have had this problem. I will not be using Facebook again until this is fixed. I also had problems with this on Myspace a couple of years ago.
I have been using Facebook for about 7 years now. I absolutely love the whole FB experience, and I’ve always – until now – been able to set my profile picture to private to protect my privacy. This has been completely taken away from me. I now have to openly ‘post’ my pictures to protect my privacy! I am so angry about this. I will NEVER use facebook again if I can’t use the site to keep my privacy. I am beyond annoyed.
So, I finally figured out how to have my profile picture set to be private. But when I did that, it was gone from my news feed! I can see that it got set to private, but it does not show up on my news feed. So, I went to my security settings, found the photo that was no longer there, and turned it back on. Now it is back in my news feed, but I can’t see my profile picture. It just looks like an empty box.
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