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  • StarFlower

    The story should clarify that clearing your cookies and history via Facebook will only help give some privacy about certain things you've INTERACTED with on Facebook. But Facebook still knows a ton ABOUT you; you're still the product, even with a "simple way to clear your cookies and history".

    • Gozzin

      But of course...They will never,ever do the right and moral thing,since they have no morals anyway.

  • shwarber

    Meh this won't really do much.

  • WhoNeedszZz

    It really boggles my mind why people don't use G+. It doesn't have these issues because privacy features were a 1st class feature. If you don't add someone to a circle you don't share anything with them unless you mark your post as public. I guess this just makes too much sense for people.

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