Add a privacy option to prevent anyone from following you

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User Info: feraldrgn

feraldrgn
2 months ago#1
& an option to boot current followers.
I like to keep a low profile & I don't particularly like the idea of people following me around (especially when I have nothing noteworthy to say).
Some people might think a poster says things they agree with so they follow, but others can use it as a means of stalking.

User Info: gmo7897

gmo7897
2 months ago#2
As has been stated by the administration, there are no plans to disallow users from following anyone they choose to follow.

https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/boards/7-site-suggestions/73741304
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User Info: feraldrgn

feraldrgn
2 months ago#3
Ok, it seems from that topic, people who follow you don't get any additional information a normal poster would?
If so, fair enough.

User Info: -hotdogturtle--

-hotdogturtle--
2 months ago#4
(Oh, I posted in that old topic too...)

But as stated, following basically doesn't do anything; it's like half of a friend request. If you go into your Privacy Settings, you can change some options (including your Activity Feed) to "friends only" (or "nobody", if you'd rather), so as long as you don't accept your followers as friends, they won't be able to see anything that you choose to hide.
Hey man, LlamaGuy did encrypt the passwords.
With what? ROT-13? -CJayC
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