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- Facebook’s Privacy
- The “Brute Force” Method
- The Charm Offensive
- The Long Game
- Can A Lawyer Subpoena Facebook?
- Frequently Asked Questions
The program has adopted a four-tier system where users can set their preferred profile privacy level: 1. If you are friends with someone, you can generally see everything they have online, with the exception of posts that they have specifically chosen to exclude you from seeing. 2. If you aren’t friends with someone but their profile is public, you can see most of what they have online. 3. If you aren’t friends with someone and their profile is private, you won’t be able to see anything other than their existence on Facebook and their main profile photo. 4. Finally, if you have a person blocked completely, they won’t be able to see anything at all (even that you exist) regardless of their other privacy settings. Assuming the profile you’d like to review is private, you won’t be able to see much. If the user has blocked you, regardless of their privacy settings, you won’t see them on Facebook at all. Although you may see their messages in Facebook Messenger accompanied by a static “U...
The simplest and quickest way to gain access to someone’s profile information is probably to pay a data broker for it. This can be a private eye, an online investigative service, or a skilled hacker utilizing data bought on the Dark Web. Not every single profile is available from this route, but many are. The downside? There are several. One is that you’re working with someone who may be breaking the law and depending on where you’re located, you may be breaking the law as well. If you’re trying to gain access to a Facebook profile as evidence in a legal matter, this method is not recommended. Another downside is that nobody does that kind of work for fun; you’re going to pay for the information you want. Often this is only a snapshot of the profile and does not grant you permanent access to the account’s activity. Finally, even if you pay, you aren’t guaranteed to get the kind of results you want. The user’s profile may be out-of-date or contain information that’s not relevant to y...
Depending on your relationship with the person in question you can gain access by sending a friend request. Although this may seem obvious, it is the most effective way of seeing a private profile. If you suspect that won’t work (either because they don’t know you or because they just don’t consider you a friend), what can you do? There are a few options outside of becoming Facebook friends. If you have profile information on the individual you can search out any groups or close friends of this person for more information. You want to get involved with the subject person’s groups and close friends’ because you can find yourself in legitimate interactions with the subject person. It is in those interactions that you can familiarize the subject person with your online persona, present yourself as a good and worthy Facebook friend, and eventually wind up on their Friends list. Here are some dos and don’ts.
If you can’t hire a broker and you’ve been blocked deliberately so a charm offensive isn’t going to work, what’s left? Trickery and deception, of course. Security experts are unanimous: the weakest link in any security system is the human element. It’s true with theft-prevention systems, it’s true with password cracking, and it’s true with Facebook profile security. The manipulation of this human element is the basis for the technique known as social engineering. A 2011 research paperby social scientists at the University of British Columbia reported an experiment in sending friend requests to complete strangers. As one might expect, sending a friend request to someone with whom the sender had no mutual friends had only a 20% success rate. However, if the friend request came from someone with mutual friends to the recipient – even just one – the odds of a friend request jumped dramatically. Requests with one friend had an almost 50% success rate, and each additional friend increased...
Getting a lawyer involved to access the information you need, whether it be for divorce or some other civil case can be tricky. Facebook is protected by federal law, they do not have to cooperate with a Subpoena in civil matters. This means you may get some very basic information about a private Facebook account, but you won’t get messages, photos, or content from posts according to Facebook. Facebook does work with law enforcement agencies and will provide information as they must adhere to warrants and court orders. The company does charge the agency for this data unless it involves the safety of a child.
Can I view someone’s Facebook account without logging in?
Unfortunately, no. You will have to log into a Facebook account to see any account details, pictures, or posts. Even if you perform a search using Google, the webpage will re-direct you to login.
Will someone know if I’m viewing their profile?
No. While there are plenty of websites and applications that offer this service, they rarely pan out to be truthful. If you visit someone’s profile frequently, there’s no notification that goes to the owner. This means you can view a friends’ profile as you’d like, but if you comment, like, or interact with the persons’ account, they’ll know you’re looking (especially if it’s a much older post you would’ve had to scroll to see).