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Does what happens in the Facebook stay in the Facebook?

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Anonymous

i dont know i do not find this very disturbing but then again i have little information on my facebook

Anonymous

i dont know i do not find this very disturbing but then again i have little information on my facebook

kate

It is good to read if folks like the idea or not. Fair enough. However, the real issue to my mind is that this activity is not disclosed upfront to users on the site, and user's are not given a choice to opt in or opt out.

kate

It is good to read if folks like the idea or not. Fair enough. However, the real issue to my mind is that this activity is not disclosed upfront to users on the site, and user's are not given a choice to opt in or opt out.

mags

hey, facebook just started this vote on a revised governance policy. looks like they actually heard about the dissatisfaction. I read through the new policies and basically they elaborated on a lot of things and changed very little. But I guess at least they are trying to make sure people know what it is they are doing.

mags

hey, facebook just started this vote on a revised governance policy. looks like they actually heard about the dissatisfaction. I read through the new policies and basically they elaborated on a lot of things and changed very little. But I guess at least they are trying to make sure people know what it is they are doing.

brad

Is everyone missing the point about the license agreement? Why would any company stipulate such conditions? Any other legal contract, before you agree to it, you can change it. - Cross out phrases, sentences, even individual words that aren't to your liking. - That's called NEGOTIATING! I think the real problem is that most internet-service users are too young to have much concept of rights and procedures, and companies like Microsoft and Google take advantage of that fact. How many of you are MS Windows users, and have read the EndUserLicenseAgreement before clicking the "I Agree" button? These companies are undermining basic, essential, social rights that your grand-parents fought very long and very hard to get. How can such licenses have any sway at all, considering that the people they're making agreements with aren't old enough to have legal say?

brad

Is everyone missing the point about the license agreement? Why would any company stipulate such conditions? Any other legal contract, before you agree to it, you can change it. - Cross out phrases, sentences, even individual words that aren't to your liking. - That's called NEGOTIATING! I think the real problem is that most internet-service users are too young to have much concept of rights and procedures, and companies like Microsoft and Google take advantage of that fact. How many of you are MS Windows users, and have read the EndUserLicenseAgreement before clicking the "I Agree" button? These companies are undermining basic, essential, social rights that your grand-parents fought very long and very hard to get. How can such licenses have any sway at all, considering that the people they're making agreements with aren't old enough to have legal say?

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