Facebook Unleashes the Friendship Page

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    NEWSLETTERS

    A screengrab of Facebook's newest feature.

    Stalking your friends on Facebook just got a little more interesting.

    The Palo Alto-based social networking site introduced a new feature on its company blog Thursday that allows friends to share their photos and experiences in a combined feed called a "friendship page."

    The page brings together the public wall posts, tagged photos, events they have both RSVP'd for and comments between two friends.

    But don't get too excited stalkers. Facebook -- ever concious of its growing reputation for not properly protecting users' personal information -- is quick to point out that the only people who will be able to see a friendship page are people who are actually tagged in the images or who are friends with both people who create the page.

    That should make it harder for creepy Facebookers to stalk their non-friends on the site. If you're still worried about privacy, you could always untag yourself from a picture or pick up the phone and actually talk to your friend about how cool the party you were both at last night was.