posted on Mar, 7 2009 @ 03:52 PM
Ah, the infamous Facebook.
It's not important whether it is government funded/supported/owned or not. What's important; is that it is a place where people have grown far too
comfortable in regards to putting up information about themselves.
Whilst you may think it's alright to start an account, list your friends, put up your picture, list your hobbies, post comments, etc.. it's would
not be hard at all for any government agency to access your info.. and please don't be naive by saying; "but you can privatize
".. I think
that even the regular NSA hacker would laugh at that comment.
You may ask; "well, so what, they got info on me, so what?
".. so what, is that this information can be used against you somehow.
I remember the days when putting one's info on the net was a taboo. Now you got perverts and predators whom prey on such people.
Just be careful folks, Facebook were very quiet about their recent notorious T&C change. They now own anything you put on your account, even if you
suddenly decide to call it quits. The fact that they didn't publicly inform everyone about this, the minute they made this change, should be
suspicious enough as it is.
The thing is, I don't even get what anyone sees in Facebook in the first place. Absolutely nothing special about it. Getting reacquainted with people
you've always hated anyways? ..well ..enjoy.