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Old 14th October 2013, 08:50   #1
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Recent changes in Facebook privacy options have left the less adventurous, hide in plain sight users hanging out a bit in public, perhaps a bit more than they bargained for. Facebook has removed the search opt-out feature. Like an invisibility cloak, it allowed them to be on the site but only to open the cloak and friend people when they chose. It was a popular option among privacy-loving types and celebs

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