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But by volunteering all the information you are privy to, you are almost certainly violating the idea of privacy of one of the people you know.



That's not how it works. My privacy perception has nothing to do with another person's trust in me. And no I did not say I am volunteering ALL the information I am privy to - I did say that I have my boundaries. How I define those boundaries will obviously take into consideration what I think is a mutually understood contract between me and another person. But those boundaries vary from person to person and so it is futile to try to define someone else's privacy perception objectively.

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You are implicitly volunteering most of the information you are privy to by using such services, in particular Facebook.

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