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@thomasfuchs
I am not sure if this is an issue with the client "tootle" or the instance "rubber.social" but almost any time i go to someones profile and click on "Follows:" or "Followers:" there are either no names listed, or only these who i am already following in common with this new profile

This looks like some kind of overactive privacy setting that only these people should be shown that are already known

Do you have ideas how to solve this?

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