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    the guy that owns facebook obviously wants more money
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    As if he doesn't have enough already...


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    exactly right, this kid was able to pay for his education with ease, due to facebook and myspace is trying to not go away by signing bands to their record label and created a video site comparable to youtube although i can not think of the url right now
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    I'd start an anti-facebook blog, but I'm too darn addicted to it... Lol...

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    Quote Originally Posted by reddrvgon View Post
    I'd start an anti-facebook blog, but I'm too darn addicted to it... Lol...

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    it consumes most of my time when i am bored in class, so i am a facebook addict
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    The one thing I like about facebook is the options to limit what certain people see. I have a business category in which people can't see my tagged photos and even "friends of friends" can't see any of my stuff... My profile picture turns up blank unless I add you as a friend.
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    how did you set it so that you cant see the profile picture without being friends with someone, i didn't know you could do that
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    Wow it sounds like I'm in an add for Facebook, I enjoy my myspace that I,ve had for years. It does everything I need and no need to start over on facebook. Besides if ya worry about you personal and business lives meshing, maybe you shouldn't have an online aout anywhere at all, no? Hmmm
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    well i am hoping to make sure that people don't search for me and find photos of me in an awkward position but other than that i love my facebook and have no problems with it
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    Quote Originally Posted by lsu4lif3 View Post
    how did you set it so that you cant see the profile picture without being friends with someone, i didn't know you could do that
    settings, privacy, then profile all mine are set to friends only and that seems to do it!

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    I've just read on CNN.com that in light of protests, Facebook has changed their mind and said users own their own content, for now.

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    Yep, here's an article...

    Yielding to pressure from its users and privacy advocates, Facebook Inc. Tuesday night backed away from controversial changes to its terms of use that some had decried as giving the social network too much leeway with users' personal information.
    Just a day after standing by the revisions, the company said it would scrap the new policy and return to its previous terms of service in a notice to its 175 million users on its Web site.
    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,495305,00.html

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