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I don't think we should see posts, comments, or likes from people with private feeds unless we are subscribed to them.
March 19, 2009
3 other people
Moreover, the word "private" is misused and misleading the way it is now. Privacy that requires cooperation and restricted feature use by all of your subscribers is just a trap. -
You shouldn't be seeing posts from people with private feeds. Is your view that if someone is going to keep their own stuff private they have no right to have their comments and likes propagate to the public, or that if someone marks themselves as private, everything they do on friendfeed should be hidden to everyone they haven't approved? -
if someone marks themselves as private, everything they do on friendfeed should be hidden to everyone they haven't approved, yes. -
Shouldn't we? :) -
Let's say X person has a private feed and they subscribe to me. Should I get an email saying that the person is subscribed to me? What about if they comment or like something I post. Should I be able to see that? They did it on my post. What if it's offensive? If I'm not allowed to see their stuff, how can I moderate it? -
You should be able to see comments and likes on your posts and who subscribes to you, regardless. Even if they're offensive no one will see them except you (since it's your post) and who they allow to see them. -
Also their posts, comments and likes should not show up in search. -
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