After reading Michael Arrington's post about Facebook allowing non-Facebook members to use its People Search feature, I decided to sign into my account and see what's what.
I wouldn't have been concerned at all until I read the announcement a bit more carefully:
People might be able to search for me, see my photo and personal information directly on Google? That's a little weird for me and I really think it goes against some of the early values of Facebook - privacy and control!
I understand what they're doing from a business perspective, but I just don't agree with it.
I'm sure they'll give us the option of changing our privacy preferences - which I'll be sure to do - but for people who don't check their accounts very often, or who simply don't pay attention to these sorts of developments, this could come as a HUGE shock to them to see their face plastered across Google.
Maybe I'm blowing this out of proportion but it just doesn't sit well with me.