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At lunch today I had a revelation. If Facebook expanded their privacy settings just a little bit, they could end LinkedIn’s success. Imagine if you were able to control all of your identities from one location. There would be three generic profile settings (or privacy categories): friends, professional and family. For each of those you can control which items users in that category could see.

Additionally, you could select what individuals could see, in the case that the general privacy settings did not fit them accurately.

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