|reply to armed |
said by armed: said by Steve:
Yep. The problem above is that the Dude has mischaracterized the threat (claiming it's a Facebook issue), which makes him less safe because he's not addressing the real issue.
Sometimes I think a more appropriate name for this particular forum is "Security Misinformation". Between the paranoids and the ax grinders there is a lot of crap on here.
"mischaracterized" and "sometimes".....perhaps you want to post exactly what you perceive.
"Paranoids and axe grinders". I find when people boil what occurs here down to such statements the false perceptions tend to override any real purpose of debate for some.--
Paradigm Shift beta test pilot. "Dying to defend one's small piece of suburb...Give me something global...STAT!
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|reply to FF4m3 |
Re: Facebook - Users No Longer Have A Say In Its Privacy Rules
Not until you manage your way around Facebook's privacy settings.
Fanboi ? No - It does what it's supposed to do (°°) ooq
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|reply to FF4m3 | Privacy groups ask Facebook to withdraw proposed policy changes
(Reuters) - Two privacy advocacy groups urged Facebook Inc on Monday to withdraw proposed changes to its terms of service that would allow the company to share user data with recently acquired photo-application Instagram, eliminate a user voting system and loosen email restrictions within the social network.
The changes, which Facebook unveiled on Wednesday, raise privacy risks for users and violate the company's previous commitments to its roughly 1 billion members, according to the Electronic Privacy Information Center and the Center for Digital Democracy.