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Monday, January 13, 2014



Does walking down a street and getting raped also entail just normal risks involved that you should accept?

Facebook purports to be a place to connect with people, not a place to have your private information stolen and used without your knowledge, or your permission, or compensation.


No one forces people to go on Facebook.
They do so of their own free will and theretofore they should accept the risks involved.
If you do not like the rules, just get out of game... or better, never get in.
F-book et al. are a pitiful nonsense anyway.

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