Privacy Battle Gets Personal for Facebook


I really don’t have much of an opinion on this story except the people who use Facebook knows that they’re opening up their personal lives to the public.

The man who made everyone’s life an open book can no longer leave his house without everyone knowing what car he drives (an Acura TSX), where he hangs out (the Nut House), and what sort of shoes he wears (flip-flops, more often than not).

Welcome, Mark Zuckerberg, to the world you created . . . like it or not.

Citing what it calls the destructive effect that Zuckerberg’s creation — social-networking powerhouse Facebook — has had on privacy, a website has decided to eliminate his privacy, hiring a photographer to stalk the 26-year-old multibillionaire and publishing photos of his house, his car, his girlfriend … his life. Is turnabout fair play? SOURCE

Please leave a comment and state your opinions.

LINKS:

(1) A Unique Birthday   by Tarheeltalker

(2) “Unfriending”

(3) The Social Network

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One comment on “Privacy Battle Gets Personal for Facebook

  1. Tried Facebook for a little while. Others may like it , but it was not my cup of tea. And in the back of mind I had some nagging questions about privacy. So it was thanks but no thanks. The kid that started it has ure made a boatload of money.

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