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Facebook Hates You

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by MLMGUROO, May 23, 2010.

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  1. MLMGUROO

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    I always was weary of logging into my online banking while logged into Facebook. If most of this is true, which all of it I haven't had a chance to read yet, this guy might not be as smart as he thinks he is and might have ultimately met his demise. If some of these allegations are true, they can very well deal a powerful blow to his "plan" to make a sub internet.
     
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    Wait, this Zuckerberg kid is 19? Wow, I totally missed that. No wonder he is letting his mouth run with the wind, ROFL. :lmao:

    Edit: He was 19 back then...okay, sorry, let me finish reading.
     
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    Wow, we will see where all this leads. Eventually theres going to be some kind of class action suit against him.
     
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    Facebook closed one of my accounts down today for no reason, i havent posted on there for 2 days and there are no affiliate or advertising stuff on there.
     
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    After reading most of this stuff, I really don't think this is going to make that big of a deal. I thought it was much bigger than it might be. However, whether most of these actions happened years back or not, it still shows Mark's careless attitude toward user privacy, data, etc. Will it end Facebook? No. Will there be lawsuits? I doubt it.
     
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    You know what this means right?

    He's one of us; a blackhatter.

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    True, but it seems he may have crossed the line of BlackHat at some point or another. I definitely wouldn't doubt it, but what can be done? FB is now a multi-million dollar company (if it's not already multi-billion, it definitely has the potential).
     
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    Just use Adblock (so you won't see "targeted" ads) when using facebook, don't publish anything you might be ashamed of later and log out after you do what you need to do...simple as that. But "dumb fucks" (funny how accurate that term is in fact LOL) doesn't seem to understand that, and suddenly everyone wakes up after 6 years (Fb was founded in 2004) of posting tons of crap on their profiles and starts ranting about fakebook "invading" their privacy...
     
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    Yeah, a lot of companies started out sketchy. fb even recently was/still is doing insanely fraudulent stuff in order to push themselves over the "profitability line",

    read: http://techcrunch.com/2009/10/31/scamville-the-social-gaming-ecosystem-of-hell/

    Even zynga founder marc pincus (an ealry fb investor), said during small speaches that he did every dirty trick he could in the beginning to get his company going. myspace started out as a blatant spam company. match.com was a massive house of fraud, using customer service agents to send fake messages to guys who signed up on trials to get them to go paid. they then took money from this and dumped it into massive advertising to become a legit dating site. the list goes on and on.

    The key is transcendence. These companies, accidently or intentially, didn't just keep doing BH stuff and thinking small, but turned into something where they are in the position where they didn't have to, or more likely, the world thinks they are WH. Once you get to a certain level and gain enough momentum, there's no such thing as BH or WH. We live in a world that idolizes success, but does not take into account the path that people took to get there.