When you log into a Fb app. does the app. developer have access to your ip address or are you logged in through your unique Fb id no.
What I'd like to know is can a FB app. trace the geographical location of where you are signing in ?
I certainly imagine that it is possible. Any site can read a user's IP address. Whether they publish it or not is a different story. But developer's apps simply display a webpage embedded in Facebook (simply put), and those web pages are more than capable of reading your IP address.
Yep. This is an interesting article that happens to be related to what you're asking.
by Cindy Vine8 months ago
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by Audrey Selig4 years ago
I just noticed this. Is it new or has it always been there? What would be the reason for this posting?
by HELLA6 years ago
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by accofranco7 years ago
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by Ohma7 years ago
Status: Approvedip: 18.104.22.168Ohma says:5 days agoI copied this out of one of my Hubs. Since when did our ip adresses start showing up in hub Comments and why?
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