Post # 32
Thank you. This is exactly what I mean – and people with that mentality (oh, if I don’t tag her no one will see this) are the ones who are going to post photos of our wedding and think nothing of it.
For those of you who agree that I should say something – can you help me find a good way/place/plan for saying it?
As I originally posted, I know there is no way to a) control others or b) make sure no one posts. What I would at minimum like to do is detract/steer people away from doing so – at the very least until we are back from our honeymoon. I don’t expect I will be Facebook-ing during our trip!
Post # 33
One other point – I mentioned the ex wife because I actually have her blocked from Facebook – she became ‘friends’ with all of the wives/guys in my fiance’s group on Facebook and then proceeded to post a comment after every single thing I wrote…ever. It went on for two months before I said enough.
So although I am blocked and she cannot see me, she can certainly see photos of our wedding on other people’s pages – and thus see our photos.
And yes, it DOES bother me.
Post # 34
I think that you should mention it the same place as the photosharing site, whether that is a business card on it’s own or in the program.
PS – Sorry for saying the same thing you did, I was in the process of posting when you posted, which is why we had the same thought!
Post # 35
The privacy settings would prevent you from being publicly tagged in the photos if you
set them correctly. However, they would not prevent the photos themselves from being public if the poster did not set them to private.
Post # 36
OooOoOOoh interesting topic! Thanks for posting this. I’m also hesitant to post pics to fbook.