Trouble is they do have a disclaimer so by posting cover photo's etc it opens you up.Facebook can do more. We all know they can. I posted a photo of sports cars on a sports car page that I follow because I own sports cars. I was flooded with messages from foreigners. “Hello Dear,” “is that your car,” “you pretty.” Those kinds of messages. Minding my own business, talking to my car club friends. My Facebook is locked down tight.
But let’s call a spade a spade.
When I updated my cover photo (which was an inspirational quote), my rat saw who liked the photo. That is how he found my family, by their likes. I can’t hide the cover photo, or the comments or the likes. He then messaged my sister. I don’t give a flying fart in space what Facebook disclaimer say and what they own, how can I protect my innocent family from this kind of stuff when they innocently like a photo that CANNOT BE SET TO PRIVATE. Why can’t our likes and our comments be private to those who are NOT our friends. My rat found my family and friends from a simple “like” on my cover photo. Not fair that I have to send a million messages to my family about this each time I update my cover photo.
Let’s be clear, for the record. I know who some of you are based on your rat Facebook page. Not that I would ever out anyone. So how safe is facebook again??
@Judithlyn any word from your rat? He still
I only ever post photo's that I couldn't give a flying fig who wants to stalk it - it is always with the approval of my friends.
FB has a lot to answer to but unfortunately we all keep posting on it, as someone said earlier in the post if you don't want it online don't post it.