not that i’m complaining.
so many people are worried about the disclosure that facebook, twitter, verizon, google–all the fun stuff we play with on the computer when we’re supposed to be productive–have all been giving the government our posts, tweets, messages so that the government can determined whether we’re losers at dating, whether we are team downton abbey or team kardashian and whether we really did call our mom and try to leave a message but something happened. . . .
and it’s pretty scary to think of obama reading my facebook posts and my cell texts. . . (p.s. note to youngerstud, i
facebook “bug” has been of more than six million users for the past year.
the social network began offering a “download your information” tool, which facebook now says has also been downloading other people’s information, including other user’s email addresses and phone numbers, since at least 2012. this information was shared to people who “had a connection” to the affected users.
facebook says it has fixed the bug and is in the process of notifying the affected users via the same email addresses that the company has already freely given out. however, i have noticed that nobody named brad has been calling me. facebook, could you please use your loose lips talent for the forces of good instead of evil???