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Thursday, May 02, 2013

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Arline Mathews

Tell people not to post their likeness. This is another form of boycott, and should put some pressure on Facebook to settle since they will have a lot fewer images with which to bargain.

bj

I am really tired of dealing with companies who treat their customers like they (we) are the enemy. I will boycott them when possible, and seek alternatives.

Karl

I quit using FB altogether after only a few weeks because it was so difficult to keep my information private. I have boycotted them completely. I wish more people could and would.

Debbie Tate

I put nothing on FB that I don't want out there including a profile picture!

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