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reply to Mele20
Re: Facebook now wants your personal phone number.... Not everyone is as conscientious about privacy and security as you, Mele. Many people do indeed reuse the same passwords for multiple unrelated accounts, and also reuse login names for multiple accounts (not just email accounts).
Also, you are forgetting about OpenID which allows one username/password for accessing many different sites and email accounts ("One ring to rule them all" comes to mind). This site uses OpenID for those who want to use it.
Normally, I don't see the OpenID login for this site because the server to which it connects is blocked by NoScript, but I temporarily allowed it to show so I could get the screen shot. I don't know if FB is a member of OpenID, and since I don't have a FB account (and can't access the site because my perimeter firewall blocks it), I can't find out. My guess would be that FB is a member since that is exactly the kind of sharing that drives that site.
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