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I'd bet that, as part of their due diligence, Facebook are required to hire agents provocateur to test the integrity of their system and their employees. Singing in the Drizzle View Public Profile Find all posts by Singing in the Drizzle #9 13 August 2009, 11:17 PM Canuckistan Join Date: 27 March 2005 Location: Toronto, ON Posts: 30,122 Quote: Originally Posted by Singing in the Drizzle That the will or won't? My guess would be at least 70% will do this. 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Joostik View Public Profile Find all posts by Joostik #16 28 September 2009, 04:20 PM CSGirl Join Date: 20 June 2006 Location: Brockton, MA Posts: 10,243 Depending on your privacy settings, like people said, they may not need to hack in, just be in the same network as you. -- Hanukkah -- Fauxtography snopes.com - Archive - Top Powered by vBulletin Version 3.8.7Copyright 2000 - 2018, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Understand your 'digital footprint'. But they'd have to be pretty savvy about who they picked to contact if they didn't want word getting back to you. 403 Forbidden.. You'd be missing out on tons of people. In some states, the information on this website may be considered a lawyer referral service. #20 16 October 2009, 05:24 PM WHATEVER Posts: n/a Quote: Originally Posted by llewtrah .To be fair, they'd just dismissed a guy for selling company equipment on ebay and he'd been doing this for quite a while before detection. Use and understand your privacy settings. Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Thread Tools Display Modes . It's the internet, folks. As I was reading this thread, I was thinking that if someone were to have something incriminating on their social networking page and were dumb enough to believe they wouldn't get caught, they deserve to be caught. only way they can find me is guess which one of them is me. Such a system would have to be disclosed, otherwise, it would be argued that information was transferred by fraud. Canuckistan View Public Profile Find all posts by Canuckistan #6 13 August 2009, 09:43 PM Singing in the Drizzle Join Date: 24 November 2005 Location: Bellingham, WA Posts: 4,745 How may people will add someone to their friends list, just to add them with out any consideration as to who they are. To be fair, they'd just dismissed a guy for selling company equipment on ebay and he'd been doing this for quite a while before detection. They wouldn't be so stupid. We worked with the National Association of Colleges and Employers on the following tips. You'd need a Propaganda-2 style conspiracy to pull this off. .. So that probably wouldn't work for investigating strangers, but it probably wouldn't be all that hard to bribe a coworker of an employee who already works for you who's your Facebook friend. Her father is a hiring partner at a major NY law firm, and she claimed that he personally used the service. Canuckistan View Public Profile Find all posts by Canuckistan #4 13 August 2009, 09:01 PM Logoboros Join Date: 27 April 2004 Location: Columbia, MO Posts: 3,220 Of course, an employer could see your list of friends, and contact one of them to see if they'd sell you out. You can also use friend lists or a group to post to a smaller set of people. 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