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Does what happens in the Facebook stay in the Facebook?

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I agree, I've never had nor will have a social network page such as bebo or facebook, or myspace (even though myspace is slightly better as it is a lauchpad for many musicians) But seriously, since when did people actually care what you or anyone else did last summer except for your close friends and family. so ring them or meet them and tell them face to face. What's wrong with the world? though here i am now somehow contributing to the overall effect by posting on this site AHHHHHHH they get to you eventually......

I agree, I've never had nor will have a social network page such as bebo or facebook, or myspace (even though myspace is slightly better as it is a lauchpad for many musicians) But seriously, since when did people actually care what you or anyone else did last summer except for your close friends and family. so ring them or meet them and tell them face to face. What's wrong with the world? though here i am now somehow contributing to the overall effect by posting on this site AHHHHHHH they get to you eventually......

With all this in mind,I still use Facebook.Great tool for community building.If one just does some basic online safety research and use common sense the caveats are minimal.

Cheers

With all this in mind,I still use Facebook.Great tool for community building.If one just does some basic online safety research and use common sense the caveats are minimal.

Cheers

We get it - facebook's creators sold the site out to data miners, marketing companies, and possibly private military contractors. However, if the IOA - or whatever they are called - were out to gather as much data on everyone that was available, one would gather - eventually - that this video seems to dull its point rather quickly. For example, let's say facebook never existed, that it was never thought up and it was never created - ever. Would the IOA still be mining private data on US citizens? According to this video, one would say yes. While facebook's Terms Of Service are frightening if not taken into perspective, one has to remember the golden rule of the internet: NOTHING - absolutely NOTHING - that is uploaded to the internet, regardless of any characteristics - can be protected & guarded 100%. We all have taken that risk by logging on to this site and posting comments, no matter how anonymous they may be.
We get it - facebook's creators sold the site out to data miners, marketing companies, and possibly private military contractors. However, if the IOA - or whatever they are called - were out to gather as much data on everyone that was available, one would gather - eventually - that this video seems to dull its point rather quickly. For example, let's say facebook never existed, that it was never thought up and it was never created - ever. Would the IOA still be mining private data on US citizens? According to this video, one would say yes. While facebook's Terms Of Service are frightening if not taken into perspective, one has to remember the golden rule of the internet: NOTHING - absolutely NOTHING - that is uploaded to the internet, regardless of any characteristics - can be protected & guarded 100%. We all have taken that risk by logging on to this site and posting comments, no matter how anonymous they may be.

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