UPDATE: It looks like the text of your comments is only viewable by mutual friends or on content which is set to be viewed by everyone. But still, could they give their users a warning?
Yup. Take a look Facebook users. If you post a comment on your friends’ wall, the text (or the first few words of the text) of that comment now appears under “Recent Activity.”
Formerly, when you commented or posted on a friend’s wall, your wall would simply post a notification saying something like this:
Matt Cornell wrote on Joe Blow’s wall.
With the recent change, the text of your post or comment appears on your own wall. Or, like this.
“What’s up Joe? Dude, you were wasted last night.” on Joe Blow’s wall.
Oh, and it’s retroactive! So, the text of every post that you’ve ever made to a friend’s wall is now showing on yours! Try it out for yourself!
Can we prosecute Mark Zuckerberg under the Espionage Act for this?