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Do you know your phone number is revealed on your friend's Facebook page? The social utility site states the contacts are yours to view, however hackers get into secure passwords, so why would they be limited to only that area of your PC? Even if no one sees those phone numbers, but your friends, aren't there friends you would not want calling you? Ok, I will stop with the questions, yet can't wonder why Facebook determined to use their power so that everyone should know their friend's phone numbers. That is not a question that needs an answer. Facebook is sometimes used as a social media and disturbingly enough to some; not to be considered a phone book.
Determine for yourself and prove the above information as factual. Go to your Facebook account. If you don't have one, remember these instructions should you create an online Internet account with Facebook and make this discovery.
Your HOMEPAGE is where you will find all this information by following these steps where your friend's phone number will be revealed. At the top right, hit the ACCOUNT area. This will allow you to view a drop down menu to select from several options. Choose EDIT Friends. Immediately scan to the left of the screen and click on CONTACTS.
As soon as this is done, you will be able to view each and everyone of your contacts with their landline phone, Skype and cell phone numbers. Photos will accompany the company or individual listing too. With this new open platform no search is needed to obtain phone numbers of your contacts. You might want to twitter this to inform your friends of this social network addition.
Over the past two years Facebook has grown by leaps and bounds. Even some writing sites now create a sign into those accounts using Facebook. What once was Associated Content and is now http://www.contributor.yahoo.com works hand and hand with Google, twitter and Facebook. A young writing website http://www.Listmyfive.com allows authors to use their Facebook to sign into accounts to publish or view personal information. There are many more than these mentioned that are Internet platforms being assisted by Facebook and vice versa.
Techcrunch.com connected with Facebook interestingly to provide the TOS (Terms of Service) in layman's terms which was exported by engineers. Please use the link provided below to view this in depth service for brogrammers (no typo), given in summary form.
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