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is there a way to know if someone 1. Has looked at my profile  2. went through my photos? 

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No, but I think in the settings there is a way to look at your profile as if you were someone else (so that you can see how well you have things locked down). I'd have to mess with all the account features again to be able to find it.

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23 minutes ago, EmseB said:

No, but I think in the settings there is a way to look at your profile as if you were someone else (so that you can see how well you have things locked down). I'd have to mess with all the account features again to be able to find it.

They removed that feature because it was what caused the recent security breach.

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51 minutes ago, regentrude said:

They removed that feature because it was what caused the recent security breach.

Bummer! Well, nevermind.

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If you know how to get it into HTML mode then you can but it's a huge pain and against the user agreement.

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7 hours ago, Momto5inIN said:

I sure hope not, I've stalked way too many people to want that to be possible :ph34r:

 

5 hours ago, peacelovehomeschooling said:

Me too!

Same here.😂

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I think you basically have to act like everything you post online is discoverable.  Even if you have private accounts, someone you let in could copy/post your information/pictures elsewhere.  They probably wouldn't, if they're well known by you and trustworthy this way, but technically speaking, it could happen. 

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No, not on FB or Instagram.  Now, when you are stalking through Instagram, don't click the picture in the wrong way or it will click the "like" button......ARGH!  I was looking at my son's BFF's profile and hit the like button.  He happed to be at my house at the time and commented on it at dinner.......I was a bit embarrassed.  

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If anyone is concerned about someone who is not your friend viewing your photos,  just set privacy levels accordingly. 

Similar to Lynn's story,  I was looking at a former bff's sister's page who has lots of photos of my old friend. I was sleepy and, you guessed it,  accidentally "liked" a photo. Oops! I unliked it as soon as I realized it.  We were friends long ago; hopefully her sister will not recognize my name!

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Even though my privacy is set as tough as I can make it I still assume the world will see what I post.  One dil doesn't mind if I post grandchild pics but my dd wants none up of her children.  I don't get people that post cryptic remarks or hint at suicide.  And I've got a nephew that's pretty well cut his own throat regarding job opportunities.  

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