Facebook exposes surfing behavior of groups

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Facebook is forcing its users will be more transparent and reveals the surfing behavior of group members.

The social network requires its users with the
introduction of a new feature in the future from
more openness. This allows group members follow
the surfing behavior of their friends and read more
closely. A check mark can be seen, which has looked
at what users post in the Chronicle or bulletin board.
Facebook members can therefore continue at least
into groups no longer decide for themselves which
of their activities is made public and which are not.
A similar feature is already on Facebook chat
conversations. According to the social network
transparency is released in many  countries already.
Privacy advocates expressed concerns in the wake
of the announcement already, Facebook forced
transparency could spread to other parts of the
network. It is still not possible to see who has viewed your own profile, although some promising apps again and again, such a disclosure..

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