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SharePoint 2010 User Profile Property Permissions

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We use a combination of the SharePoint 2010 User Profile Service and the Managed Metadata Service to track employee skills, certifications, education, etc. I know I can set the Default Privacy Setting for each User Profile Property, however, can we restrict which options are available for the privacy setting?

Ideally, on each User Profile Property, we would like "My Manager" as the only available privacy option. Is this possible?
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For that we have to understand the my site master view.

http://startermasterpages.codeplex.com/

http://sharepointbergen.blogspot.com/2007/04/customizing-my-site.html

Both link will you help to play in mysite view.
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