mustsleep · 11/10/2007 10:12
anyone can look at them if thy do a search and say someone searched his school of his place of work and his pic came up they can look at his profile and then look at his pics you don't need as password or permission
he prob doesnt think you will mind just let him know that you do and that you don't want their pics on there any more
kitsandbits · 11/10/2007 10:17
I think I'm just pissed off I wasn't asked TBH.
Ive had pics of my boys on here, so Im not thinking 'omg who will see these pics'
Its more 'those are my kids, not yours, you dont have the right to put pictures of them on the internet without asking me'
She doesnt know my views on it, and I could be completely against it for all she knows but she didn't ask ... just did.
Thats whats upset me.
There also photos of my nephew too .. .and her mum doesnt have web access - so she wont know about those either.
mm22bys · 11/10/2007 10:20
A friend put a photo of DS1 on her page, and named him (without asking me). I just asked her change his name.
I didn't really mind it was up there, there must be THOUSANDS, if not millions of photos on Facebook.
Who can actually see the photos depends on privacy settings. The options range from EVERYONE, to just your friends.
I was a bit annoyed when friend had photo of DS1 on her site, but I have got over it now, it really is no big deal....
Alambil · 11/10/2007 10:22
well, for me; the dangers are that my ex will see the photo of ds in his uniform and find us... that is a very real and very scary prospect
I know that is not applicable to everyone but common courtesy would suggest you ask to publish someone else's photo on a website!
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