If you look up someone on facebook - do they know you visited?

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There are certain applications in Facebook which allow you to share visitor data, but if you do not have these installed then no. Facebook admin will know if they had a reason to check their logs, but the account holder will not be aware unless you post.



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What Lad said is correct, however it's my understanding that Facebook and disable and doesn't encourage those tracking applications due to phishing and ID theft. Also, if you just perform a search on an individual, and you only see the pages of search results without ever clicking on their specfic picture/profile, then there wouldn't be a way for those tracking applications to ever kick in. So if you're trying to be an unknown Facebook stalker, you're safe!! :)
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