The debate "When Facebook came our privacy went" was started by
January 1, 2014, 3:35 am.
77 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 26 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
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that was a choice !
Its like standing on the stage and complaining that people are watching you. Get off from the stage, no one is forcing you to be a headline on people's wall, no one told to let your friends know whether you are watching a movie or listening to music or got a new hairstyle, its your choice, the privacy is in your hands. If you show, people will see, simple!
Facebook can only take what you give it. If you post your address, it isn't private. If you post your relationship problems, they are public. Any information or pictures you give Facebook are no longer private, but there is an easy solution. Stop posting things that you want to stay private. Privacy isn't gone, people are actively choosing to disregard it.
Facebook has taken our privacy because we LET it. If you post your entire life for the world to see, you are giving away your privacy. Facebook an be a nice way to reach out to lose you've lost contact with, but it has also led to greater infidelity and higher divorce rates. You get out of it what you put into it.
When you sign up in Facebook, don’t hope your privacy will be safe. You will automatically lose your privacy. Our private photos or personal information can be accessed by a lot of people. They can be used by plenty of people in a bad way. In addition, hackers can easily hack your Facebook account and steal information in it.