Thursday, 16 September 2010

Facebook's Statement of Rights and Responsibilities - point 1

Facebook's Statement of Rights and Responsibilities - point 1
Privacy Your privacy is very important to us. We designed our Privacy Policy to make important disclosures about how you can use Facebook to share with others and how we collect and can use your content and information. We encourage you to read the Privacy Policy, and to use it to help make informed decisions. Next step read Privacy Policy, comprehend it, understand it an remember it - accept or reject it.  All that before one can even get to Facebook's statement of rights and responsibilites - point 2

Thought I was imaging that posting one per day would take over a year but after an in depth look myself, I think if will take longer.

Thought about posting two a day, no, little snap shots of information have a better chance of being considered and remembered, than a bombarding of to many rules at once.

Wonder if I scare off any facebook users.  Wonder if I get any friends telling me to stop posting rubbish.  Wonder if I get thank you's from people grateful for being empowered with knowledge to make informed decisions, again being empowered.  Wonder what Facebook will think?  Wonder if this is really important?  Will this in anyway change the way users use their profiles,pages,groups, games, other applications.

No matter what this will have an outcome, any way it goes.

Looking forward to comment on this post:)
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