What security measure has Google calendar offered us when I can view the calendar of people in my circle?

Yeterday i was able to view my colleague's calendar by just entering his name from the circles' list in my calendar page.Does that make any sense?

closed as off-topic by Jens Erat, dr jimbob, RoraΖ, schroeder, Mark Jun 12 '15 at 21:34

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  • if he shared the calendar, then yes. This is more of a Google app configuration question than an InfoSec question. – schroeder Jun 12 '15 at 16:09

You can set the level of details shared with other people. There is detailed information about this provided by Google.

I guess that in the case of your acquaintance, he or she shared details with you, circles or made the calendar public.

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