Selective Access to Facebook and Twitter


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L1 Bithead

That's very true if you want to allow limited access to Facebook/Twitter (i.e. look, but don't post), but in my case, if the selected person is allowed access to Facebook/Twitter, they are given full access to the site (except for whatever doesn't work because I don't feel like fixing it--like the "Jabber" App-ID needed for facebook-chat :smileywink:).

If our agency's Internet usage policy were to change, I could very easily change from the Facebook App-ID to more specific App-IDs, such as Facebook-base, Facebook-post, etc....

L6 Presenter

IMHO you should not allow facebook-apps (unless you really know what you do =)

L1 Bithead

True, I forgot about that part of Facebook....something for me to modify tomorrow :smileymischief:

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