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Tink's avatar

When you go in someones MySpace page, can they see who it was?

Asked by Tink (8673points) June 24th, 2009 from iPhone

Im not doing anything illegal or bad, I just need to know that because I am looking for someone. Not stalking either So can they see who has looked at their page?

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applesaucemanny's avatar

stalker! just kidding no they can’t find out

pats04fan's avatar

No just like everyone else has said.

Tink's avatar

Weeee thanks
@applesaucemanny – :P

Tink's avatar

What about Facebook?

Jude's avatar

Facebook? No.

Tink's avatar

Ok wheeee
Wipes sweat from forehead

SuperMouse's avatar

They do have all those places that say you can see who looks at your profile, but none of them work. So yes, the answer is no for myspace and for facebook.

Lupin's avatar

But if someone has access to your cache they can see you went there.
Shhhhhh <——-The sound of cache, history and private data clearing.

chyna's avatar

@Lupin Just cleared mine, ahem, only as a matter of… cleanliness, yeah, that’s why I just did it.

Tink's avatar

I think the person might be too stupid to know what a cache is so I’m safe :)

jrpowell's avatar

If they are savvy you could.

#1: Upload a image that you host.
#2: look at your log files for the IPs of people viewing the image.

A lot of IM programs will display the IP of someone you are chatting with.

But I doubt your average 14 year old would know how to do it.

casheroo's avatar

@johnpowell ahem, or 22 year old

Tink's avatar

@johnpowell – Yeah I didn’t catch most of what you said ;)

DeanV's avatar

‘I’m an average 14 year old and I got all of that…

Tink's avatar

@dverhey – Well some know more than others

DeanV's avatar

Oh of course. Just flaunting unnecessarily…

Tink's avatar

@dverhey -Yeah I noticed :P

DeanV's avatar

Flaunting the geekdom…

Tink's avatar

Geeks rule dude!

ghanfer's avatar

No no one can find out who has visited their page.

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