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  1. says

    Online privacy may be an oxymoron, but like those links and others elaborate, there is a difference between telling your customer her data is private…and later removing that curtain without asking. That’s why people are deleting their accounts.
    .-= Ari Herzog´s last blog ..Redesigning My Blog Layout: Do You Like? =-.

    • says

      Hi Ari – I think that people who have had accounts for longer, like you, are bothered more about the changes than others. I haven’t had a Facebook account for very long and it’s never been that private.

      I have a feeling that Facebook is going to go the way of MySpace though.

  2. says

    Excellent article Kim. I just linked to it from a blog article we written titled, “10 Reasons To Delete Your Facebook Account” located here: activerain dot com/blogsview/1636106/10-reasons-to-delete-your-facebook-account
    .-= Colleen´s last blog ..West Pasco Washington Homes For Sale =-.

  3. says

    I pretty much agree with Ari – just like you I never considered anything I put on Facebook to be private but I know many people who did, and those people went ahead to post things that they wouldn’t want just anyone to have access to.
    .-= vered – blogger for hire´s last blog ..Coping With Motherhood =-.

    • says

      Hi Vered – That’s true. I do wonder why people would post stuff that they wouldn’t want others to see – even if Facebook didn’t change their policies there could always be a bug or security breach. That happened with Facebook chat last week.

  4. says

    I hope it’s not as hard as deleting a my space account. I tried to do that once and it was just about impossible to do. I’d rather just let it sit idle then deal with that.

  5. says

    Hi Vered – That’s true. I do wonder why people would post stuff that they wouldn’t want others to see – even if Facebook didn’t change their policies there could always be a bug or security breach. That happened with Facebook chat last week.

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