Santa Monica, CA
reply to jseymour
Re: New Video Law & Social Media Unfortunately, a gazillion Facebook users are making "look at me" features the norm, not the exception. Life is quickly becoming defined by what nonsense you boast to your "friends", and the concept of privacy is rapidly disappearing.
If my viewing habits were disclosed/public, I wouldn't really care. But I don't see why I would need or want to tell anyone, that seems awfully vain. Maybe that's the point?
If it is just used for targeted marketing, and there is an opt-out, I don't see the harm.