Posted June 26, 2012 10:45 am by with 0 comments

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Facebook made the move to have all users account emails be their email address by default.

As with any Facebook change the reaction has been interesting. Not aware of the change? Here is a quick description from TechCrunch:

Now everyone’s personal email addresses have been hidden from their profiles, regardless of previously selected privacy settings. Instead, your contact info is the only one visible to people with permission to see your email addresses. This makes it harder for friends to contact you via third-party email unless you reset your controls.

We just wanted to take the temperature of our readers regarding this move with a quick survey. Thanks for taking the time to answer.

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Thanks again!

As of 3:35pm on 6.26.12 it appears as if 75% of our respondents think this was a bad move, 9% said it was a good move and 17% couldn’t care less.

Are you surprised?