Awww cute, the nerds are too scared to even use their real voices. I can just imagine some 15 year old kid typing all that out into Microsoft Mike in his bedroom complete with car-patterned wallpaper.Seems Anonymous has taken against Facebook once again. I have to admit.. I kinda hope they pull it off. Facebook has some huge privacy issues. :|
:lolSo because some idiots don't set their privacy the way they want it, they get to take away the rights of everybody else who knows what they're doing, using their criminal gang to attack property. Right. Just like if you have a bad experience at the mall you come back with a match to burn it down.
:lolAwww cute, the nerds are too scared to even use their real voices. I can just imagine some 15 year old kid typing all that out into Microsoft Mike in his bedroom complete with car-patterned wallpaper.
"We are legion" :lol
In other news: Facebook has pictures of me drunk, and like, THEY KNOW MY NAME!!!!....My god, now I come to think of it they even know when my birthday is! These kids are on to something, facebook does know more about me than my family.
you have a great point here, if people are too lazy to read the terms and agreements Facebook isnt reliable what so ever. Everything on there site is voluntary and whether u feel comfortable putting out ur phone #s and address like ive seen alot of people do its completely up to the user to put themselves at risk.The terms of agreement are there to be read for those who want to read them. If you didn't bother reading them, you should be pissed off at yourself for being lazy, not facebook for wanting to make money. Facebook has no obligation to you, or your privacy, if you voluntarily put your pictures and information on their website.