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19 comments to “Are The Days Of Facebook Lurking Coming To An End?”

  1. 1

    You didn't tell us anything. What are the new rules? Come on Perez man, don't post bullsh*t like this.

  2. 2

    its the internet, nothing is private.

  3. Britanny says – reply to this


    This post is so useless -.- even after I clicked on the read more it didn't tell me anything.

  4. wtf says – reply to this


    Soooo what happend?

  5. nightstar0006 says – reply to this


    This post is BS Perez it tells us absolutely nothing, and it doesn't link to any article or webpage where you got this nonsense. I'm gonna stop following you if you don't start getting sh*t right.

  6. 6

    What does this even mean? No details. No link. No source. No point.WTF?

  7. 7

    I think it means that when you look at a picture or a post, the owner of the content is told that you looked at it.

  8. 8

    New Rules are that you will see more advertizing and he will certainly be selling your info to advertizers. He needs to show Wall Street that there is a profit in FB. If you look at your FB page you will see more advertizing or your name saying you like for example Target. He and his investors want the stock to go up and FB needs to give it to them. If you have a picture they will be able to use it or other things like that. When you sign up you click accept, but do you really read what you accept? He will change it, but you ahve to find it and decline it or he may say if you decline you loose your FB page. I guess we will have to find it and find out what is next.

  9. Lynz says – reply to this


    UHM the dislike button we never received? Perez you Noob. there used to be a Dislike button. fb got rid of it(stupid move)

  10. bric says – reply to this


    This will only apply to GROUP pages. I got nervous. lol

  11. Bopeep says – reply to this


    This should be amended to add that this change is only for group creators.

  12. Bree says – reply to this


    Man, this site needs editors! This post is missing a key element: information. What the hell.

  13. 13

    Ugh, so now I can't stalk my ex's page public page now? I'll just make a fake account, lol.

  14. 14

    Ohh, I read the link. It only applies to groups!! So we're safe for now.

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  16. Shannon says – reply to this


    id sue zuckerberg for humiliating me than.

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    Re: bric – they are already testing it for indvidual accounts. groups is the first transparency role out…they are catering to wall street, not the user. the user does not want to be tracked the way wall street wants them to be tracked and that is all that matters now that it is a public company. dumb mistake.

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    Re: Beautiful Disaster311 – so will everyone else ( I already have had 4 fake accounts - which is why FB's claim of 900M users is total dickshit nonesense. News agencies are already starting to uncover vast networks of spam profiles, fake profiles. Apparently in Asia, it is a widespread hobby to just proliferate profiles like they are avatars. And advertisers are getting pissed off. That is why they will start first with groups, and then with individuals. To quell complaints, they may make all user behavior accessible directly to advertisers…mention a hangover…get an aspirn ad.

  19. 19

    what exactly are you saying and why would it be bad? if someone is posting disgusting things they should be held accountable