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Privacy Implications of Smartr Feed

Smartr is great - but being able to see what Smartr followers have *read* rather than what Twitter users have simply posted has privacy implications which should be documented.

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    Brian KellyBrian Kelly shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • Brian KellyBrian Kelly commented  · 

        Thanks for the response. Some specific suggestions for an FAQ:

        When was Smartr first released?
        What subsequent versions of Smartr have been published and what additional functionality has been provided?
        What are the privacy implications of using Smartr?
        Can I read the contents of articles posted by my Twitter followers without others being able to see what I have read and when?
        Can I block others from following me on Smartr as I can do on Twitter?

        I have discussed this in further detail in a post at
        http://ukwebfocus.wordpress.com/2011/06/13/is-smartr-getting-smarter-or-am-i-getting-dumber/

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