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Steve
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reply to Mele20

Re: German state orders Facebook to allow pseudonyms

What government agency requires anybody to use Facebook to deal with them?



Name Game
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None really..but they are there...

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Steve
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There are plenty of government agencies who have a presence in social media (why not?), but none of them require Facebook for interaction.


Mele20
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Some DO require it. I am not going to list them though. That would be quite foolish of me.

Plus, there are plenty of businesses these days that have no way to contact/give feedback/etc them except via Facebook.
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Steve
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said by Mele20:

Some DO require it. I am not going to list them though. That would be quite foolish of me.

I made a claim that no government agencies require you to interact with them on Facebook, and you can disprove my claim with one counterexample, yet you prefer for us to just take your word for it?

That sounds quite foolish of you.


Red_Menace
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join:2001-11-03
Littleton, CO
reply to Mele20

You are going to have to do better than that. Any public agency needs to be accessible by the public, who may not necessarily have access to computers or the internet (and that number is not insignificant).