Oh, where will it all end? When . . . How . . .
Zuckerber’s Privacy Stance: Facebook CEO ‘Doesn’t Believe in Privacy’
In an off the record convo w/a Facebook employee and Nick Bilton (NY Times): “He doesn’t believe in it.” Read about it HERE.
Facebook’s Zuckerberg says The Age of Privacy is Over
TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington thinks Zuckerberg has faulty logic and a problem with honesty HERE. See also: Why Facebook is Wrong: Privacy is Still Important
Facebook Privacy Hole ‘Let’s You See Where Strangers Plan To Go’
Some FB users are reporting can view scheduled events of other FB users whom they don’t know.
Facebook’s Former Privacy Officer, Now AG Candidate, slams New Features
If this guy becomes the Attorney General of Cali, he plans to duel it out with his former employer, FB, over privacy issues. Read HERE.
Get Your Kids Off Facebook, Principal Tells Parents
This guy seems truly concerned. Read HERE.
Here’s another: Facebook does not erase user-deleted content
The same people who brought us illegal file sharing (Napster), and who also stole the code that is the basis of FB — of course they don’t believe in privacy. Most criminals don’t. That’s why they break into your house. Your stuff is their stuff.
“Narcissists hold unreasonable expectations of particularly favorable treatment and automatic compliance because they consider themselves special. Exploitation can take many forms but always involves the exploitation of others without regard for their feelings or interests. In the mind of a narcissist, there is no boundary between self and other” (WikiPedia). Now. Who does that sound like? Can you say . . . . . . .
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