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By Anonymous - / Thursday 14 January 2010 05:10 / United States
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Facebook 101: You NEVER Facebook stalk in public places. Or even when another person is in the room. Or with the door unlocked. That is extremely private business, left for the bedroom or a slumber party. YDI.

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i was myspace stalking in the library once. people started gathering around my monitor when i clicked on a picture of a girl showin some cleavage

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Or he could grow some balls and talk to her? Strike up a conversation and learn about her? No? I guess that's just me...

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i dont think he meant literally "stalking" he was just looking through her facebook page. dont most of us do that to people we like? its a little stalkerish but i mean come on, if you dont want ppl looking dont post it.

Facebook 101: You NEVER Facebook stalk in public places. Or even when another person is in the room. Or with the door unlocked. That is extremely private business, left for the bedroom or a slumber party. YDI.

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Definitely. Either her page was public or you're on her friendlist. Either way, she's the cunt for trying to act like she isn't flattered. Unless you were being creepy about it, I don't see what the big deal is.

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um i would be pretty creeped out to if some dude was staring at my profile pic at the library. sure its public, but you even admit your stalking her on facebook, so just because her pic is public, doesnt make right. it makes you look like a weirdo. thats why do this stuff in private... even though its still creepy.

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Looking at a profile that's private isn't stalking. There's practically nothing to see. If you don't want people to look at your profile, make it fucking private. Simple as that.

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Yes, being stalked is creepy. I've been there. Clearly you haven't if you think that someone looking at information and drunken photos that you willingly made public and available for all to see on the internet constitutes stalking. Again, if that creeps you out, you should really rethink having a public profile.

Facebook stalking is a non-term. Is it also stalking if I look at the pictures of a model in an advertisement? What you put in public places (like facebook) is meant to be looked at. By everyone. For any reason, including random browsing.

Well you were just looking at her profile, what's the big deal? If you were sitting there kissing the computer screen then that would've been a different story...

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