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The Facebook profile they don't want you to see

Ever wondered if there is publicly available information on your Facebook profile that you're not aware of? Setting the privacy for every single thing you do on Facebook can be confusing and it's easy to miss something that you don't want public.

And it can be anything - your birthdate, gender, age, political preferences, comments and likes you have distributed - everything is tracked on Facebook so there's a good chance there are bits of available information about you that you'd rather not have publicly displayed.

If that's the case, this website might be able to help. Mind you, it's not a stalking enabler as its name suggests, but if used properly, it can be a valuable Facebook auditing tool.

Stalkscan

Stalkscan uses Facebook's own Graph Search tool to conveniently categorize and group all the shared information on your Facebook profile, depending on their respective privacy settings.

Just copy a Facebook's profile URL (a profile's web address) then paste it on the StalkScan search bar to view the results.

The results will include things that you may not even know are available for anyone to see - this includes public photos you may have liked or have been tagged in, pages you follow, public posts on which you have commented, liked or reacted to or places and events you checked into.

Important note: To use Stalkscan and truly see what's publicly available, you'll need to log in to a Facebook profile that is not currently connected to you in your current browser.

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