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You probably leaked an access token to a rogue app with publish_stream permission or leaked your credentials to a site you thought was affiliated with Facebook. Changing your password and turning off the app platform https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=applications§ion=opt_out&view should stop any suspicious activity.
At this point I do not think it is possible to invite a page to like your page. However there is a way to contact the owner of that page and ask him. You should be able to view the contact information if you go to the about section of the page, or you can simply send the owner a message on the homepage of this specific page.
Still not currently possible with IFTTT, since there is no "Like" trigger for the Facebook channel. The closest analog you can get (right now) is to capture "link posts" that you create. If you "like" something, post a link to it. New link post by you trigger This Trigger fires every time you create a new link post on Facebook. You can build a recipe ...
No. Only your friends will still see the picture. Any comments on an item inherit the same privacy as the original item, and never change the privacy of the item. If your privacy setting for pictures limits the visibility to only your friends, the friends of your friends won't see it, or any comments on it. However, if they are also your friends, they ...
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