Facebook Etiquette Rules People Still Break

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With new users joining every day, many people either don't know Facebook etiquette or they don't care. The Golden Rule, and treating people as you would treat them offline is a good start, but just in case, here are some guidelines for how not to act on Facebook, and other social networking sites. For example, why would you post (and tag) unflattering or embarrassing pictures of your friends?

"I feel obligated to point out some of the obvious Facebook etiquette rules that people continue to break, in the hopes that one day, they think twice before posting."

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This isn't really "neat." Just common sense on how to publish information about yourself on the internet. This has existed in many forms over the years. Not to mention, many of the things that were mentioned you can control via your newsfeed settings. (ie, you can ignore updates from specific people and specific applications.)
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people post unflattering pictures of their friends on facebook because they're haters and probably just do it to make themselves feel better. get off facebook ya'll, its taking your soul.
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