Still Think Your Facebook Info is Private? SUCKER!

Read Details of 100 Million Facebook Users Posted Online. Guess your account really isn’t private and never will be private now! After all, you were only as secure as your dumbest friend or relative!

To recap: Never write anything damaging about work. Never write anything damaging about your coworkers. NEVER, NEVER, NEVER write anything damaging about your company or your supervisors. NEVER write anything that can be misconstrued by your spouse. Don’t write anything you wouldn’t want your pastor or mom to read. Act like your account is public, because it is.

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    kcduffy said,

    I have a facebook page, and so do most of my friends. Many of us “of a certain age” realize that anything you write down is subject to scrutiny by people you may be more than happy to NOT know. We GENERALLY act accordingly. The younger generations, however, seem to have no compunction about putting things on FB that I wouldn’t tell my priest!

    Then again, my generation may be the last holdout for modesty and humility (shocking as that may seem to the youngest members of the Free Love era), whereas the teens and young 20s today find real personal validation in spewing their crap to the world. I remember many times being mocked for a prude. Better that than the other, I think.

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    swampie said,

    Heh. Yeah, the younger generation really doesn’t have any concept of privacy, perhaps because they’ve grown up without it? My husband and I were talking about the freedom of our childhoods compared with kids today. We spent hours riding bikes, wandering through the woods exploring, working, etc. Kids today have to be watched/supervised relentlessly. If they’re in a neighborhood where they aren’t watched and supervised relentlessly, then they have to be worried about being killed by peers or predators.

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    Robert D said,

    We’re a dying breed….and the real America dies with us


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