posted on Sep, 12 2014 @ 07:56 PM
a reply to: Iamthatbish
You are absolutely correct. They were'nt able to use the data the way they are using it now prior to Google File System (GFS), as far as I know.
I'll just cut to the chase: I think that FB is doing the public a service by gently introducing people to what these systems do, because not only is
it what these systems are doing (with our clickstream data) but it is also what we have asked these systems to be
We want the systems to accurately reflect how we feel and accurately reflect back to us what those we are connected with are feeling. There's gonna be
some bumps getting there, and FB is doing a good job of shining a light on what they are.
The OP is a case of extreme slipperiness when it comes to his credentials, I'm not surprised FB culled him from the crowd, and I am sure he's not the
I'm one too, but I'm doing what I can to move in the right direction.
We may find that we just have to fundamentally disagree when it comes down to it, I dunno, I still think that the concept of non-repudiation is at the
heart of this, it's the way the systems were designed to run, so that they are secure.
edit on 12-9-2014 by Bybyots because: . : .