posted on Oct, 6 2010 @ 05:31 AM
Very likely covered elsewhere on ATS but this
provides a little
Oh, and no, it is not one step closer to Global ID cards and I sincerely refute all comments that support that statement too. UK government, by
example, recently scrapped all plans [from the previous Cabinet] to implement ID cards, and so wouldn't you be inclined to think that IF this apparent
is progressing, then surely plans to scrap them are a bit of set-back? You decide, it's common bloody sense!
Specifically with Facebook, again, not to pick on the NWO believers among us, but you do have an option whether or not you want to disclose
information or not. It equally applies to the privacy settings adopted by Facebook. You have a choice on these matters and anyone claiming anything to
the contrary may do better to educate themselves and read the T&C's of Facebook. The recent bad press Zuckerberg received regarding the privacy of
Facebook's users was rightly justified because they had been careless with how they handled our information, but as I keep informing people - you ou
have a choice and you are also presented with information telling you exactly what Facebook does with your information in the first place.
Facebook Places is an application, something you can chose to adopt, but again...it brings me back to that old chestnut, choice
edit on 6-10-2010 by BAZ752 because: grammar and spelling