Posted by KaylaBear on December 20, 2009, at 22:46:04 [reposted on March 7, 2010, at 3:38:37 | original URL]
In reply to clarifying Facebook and privacy issue, posted by KaylaBear on December 20, 2009, at 22:35:32
oops sorry! Here was the post (from Dr. Bob) I was responding to. From the context of the conversation, it seems his response implies that there are no identity concerns with linking your own posts to Facebook. I guess you could link anyones posts to Facebook, rather than just your own? So maybe I interpreted this incorrectly.
But I cant experiment with linking posts because I do not want this site to show up on my Facebook account. Has anyone who has done this explain this to us all?
I guess if had my nickname "KaylaBear" in my Facebook account, others could connect the KaylaBeaer here to my Facebook/real identity if I linked a post written by me from this site to my FB account, especially if I mentioned something like the age and sex of my children or whatever.
I still dont see many layers of protection here.
But oh never mind!!!! I am not posting anything but a couple of questions anyway. Sorry I cant be more helpful.
In reply to Re: Protections, removal of posts from FB » Nadezda, posted by Tabitha on November 7, 2009, at 0:34:47
> I guess all it does then is let people broadcast links to PB posts to other sites.
> Seems like Bob could have explained this feature better and saved a lot of upset.
I tried. But it's complicated, I may not have been as clear as I could've been, and there was a lot of anxiety. I'm glad you were able to articulate your concerns and get them addressed.
Nadezda, thanks for spelling out the many layers of protection.