being free

I like being free. I like the way it feels.

18 February 2009



At 5:03 PM, Blogger MichaĆ«l said...

"(CNN) -- Under fire from tens of thousands of users, the social networking site Facebook said early Wednesday it is reverting to its old policy on user information -- for now."

They heard you -- for now.

At 12:35 AM, Blogger Naomi said...

From Facebook's 'Bill of Rights and Responsibilities': (although, we should still be careful about how much info we put out there on the web...) Still, this is very different from what your video is showing!--

This group is for people to give input on Facebook's terms of use. These terms are meant to serve as the governing document for how the service is used by people around the world.

Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts with us.

Here are responses to some of the things you've written below:

1. You own your information. Facebook does not. This includes your photos and all other content.

2. Facebook doesn't claim rights to any of your photos or other content. We need a license in order to help you share information with your friends, but we don't claim to own your information.

3. We won't use the information you share on Facebook for anything you haven't asked us to. We realize our current terms are too broad here and they make it seem like we might share information in ways you don't want, but this isn't what we're doing.

4. We will not share your information with anyone if you deactivate your account. If you've already sent a friend a message, they'll still have that message. However, when you deactivate your account, all of your photos and other content are removed.

5. We apologize for the confusion around these issues. We never intended to claim ownership over people's content even though that's what it seems like to many people. This was a mistake and we apologize for the confusion.

At 1:26 PM, Blogger Todd said...

Good to know. Thanks for the info Naomi!


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