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When you share personal data with Facebook friends, you're sharing your personal data with every app your friends use - raganwald's posterous /via @mind_booster -
April 10, 2012
"By now, everyone is familiar with the idea that Facebook’s purpose is to strip-mine your personal data and behaviour for information they can sell to advertisers. Whatever you share on Facebook is also shared with Facebook. You know that, and I presume you’re good with that. Facebook prefers that you share your behaviour with as much of the world as possible. It’s possible to control what you share using now-you-see-them, now-you-don’t controls that they provide. For example, you can say that you are only sharing your Work History with friends, but not with friends of friends. If Tom’s your friend, Tom can see that you used to work for Initech, but his buddy Jerry can’t." -
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