It's for reasons like these that I'm careful about what I share on Facebook. I never share where I'm eating (who the hell cares, to begin with?), nor "share" purchases I've made. I'm also careful about "liking" too much on Facebook; it's mostly just bands and sports things. Even that's probably too much information.
It just baffles me that a company can continue to introduce feature after feature that exposes its users more and more.
I didn't like it and FB want let you turn it off. You have to choose a different language to no longer have it. I'm now using British English. A word to the wise....
I live in Canada and don't have it yet.
It just get easier and easier to stop using FB. Just use it mostly now to follow what everyone else is doing. Don't post to much about my own personal things anymore.
I only share what I want to share with people and only share information I'm okay being 'public'... the same goes with anything else I do on the internet. If I want something to remain private, I ensure that it does by not sharing that information.
Bottom line is... if you don't want something public; don't talk about it, write about it, or otherwise communicate it. Definitely refrain from posting it anywhere on the internet. Seems pretty simple to me.
This is exactly why I either removed or never put up much personal information.
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