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FaceBook to Congress: We’re going to give users’ phone, address to others

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Tuesday, March 1, 2011

FaceBook is a privately held firm, and much – if not all – of their financial facts are not public record, so any remarks by any firms other than FB themselves are pure speculation. That being observed, it has been remarked that FB does not generate significant revenue by advertising. Their “click through” rate is far less than half the industry norm. So “sharing” (that ‘s a poor euphemism for SELLING) contact information database is the solitary most valuable thing they have. Further complicating matters, FB’s apps have been well-known to be a repository for malware.

Facebook will soon share users’ phone numbers and addresses with 3rd parties

By Brett Michael Dykes 3:49PM ET
Tuesday, 01March2011

It’s been a while since we’ve had an uproar over Facebook’s handling of its users personal information, so we suppose the time is ripe.

So cue the online outrage: Facebook announced today in a letter to Congress that the social-media platform is moving forward with plans to give Read the rest of this entry »

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Amazon.com STILL selling Pedophile’s e-books

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Thursday, November 11, 2010

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Under sudden and intense public scrutiny for once again selling a pedophile how-to book, Seattle based Internet mega-retailer Amazon.com pulled Phillip R. Greaves’ “The Pedophile’s Guide to Love and Pleasure: A Child Lover’s Code of Conduct” [Kindle Edition], yet continues to sell the 47-year-old Pueblo, CO man’s other sex books. …Continue…

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