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“Liking” yourfirstvisit.net and Facebook Privacy



By Dave Shute

LIKING/SHARING YOURFIRSTVISIT.NET

If you are a Facebook user, you can give a thumbs up to this site in two ways (and don’t forget to vote early and often…):

  • You can like the whole darn site by clicking the “like” button on the upper right side——->
  • You can like an individual page by clicking the “f share” button at the bottom of that page.

PRIVACY IMPLICATIONS OF LIKING OR SHARING THIS SITE ON FACEBOOK

Update June 2010: it looks as though Facebook’s recent privacy mess has led it to stop showing you if your friends like this site.

You seem to see only your own name after you like it (and then only if your computer is signed in to Facebook), and not any others.    That means I don’t see your name, even if we are Facebook Friends.

And what’s not to like?

If you are seeing something other than this–other people besides you–let me know via the comment form below.

By the way, there are a few sites that get, or have access to, extensive data from Facebook about you, when you like or share.  This one is not one of them!!!  I get nothing!  Nothing!

MY PRIVACY POLICY

For the privacy policy of this site, see this.

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