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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by G-MAN2004, 15 May 2010.

  1. G-MAN2004


    Joined: 4 Jul 2004

    Posts: 30,246

  2. Apex


    Joined: 12 Feb 2006

    Posts: 12,779

    Location: Surrey

    19! lucky ****

    i read that article as though a lot if not all was a based on someone saying that someone said that mark said this and that.
  3. ChrisJSY


    Joined: 16 Jul 2006

    Posts: 6,552

    Location: Jersey, Channel Islands

    Oh great, now some random text is proof?
  4. Gaidin109


    Joined: 12 Jul 2009

    Posts: 4,878

    There is no such thing as "Facebook Privacy", it's just a myth.
  5. fidget


    Joined: 22 Apr 2010

    Posts: 630

    Location: NW England

    Random IM chat 7 years ago.

    Probably before facebook was a "proper" business.

    Sorry, the press are only milking this becuase they know any story about Facebook or Twitter will result in big hits.
    Last edited: 16 May 2010
  6. Gamer_T


    Joined: 3 Aug 2009

    Posts: 1,400

    Location: Manchester

    This. Kinda like the Gordon Brown moment to be honest. People say things they don't always mean and/or people take it out of context.
  7. Mr Jones


    Joined: 16 May 2006

    Posts: 11,334

    Location: Dubai

    What he said.
    When you take things out of context from what you've once said when you were young, you'll think you're a douche bag. I remember reading some saved history of MSN/Windows Messenger chat with my mates over 8 years ago (old backups), the amount of crap I use to burp out is shocking!
  8. nydryl


    Joined: 3 Mar 2007

    Posts: 4,296

    Location: Glasgow

    It's probably out of place in this thread but seeing as it's about Facebook I'll drop it in here. Read quite an interesting essay by Tom Hodgkinson a few days ago called We Want Everyone: Facebook and the New American Right. A short version of it was printed in the Guardian a couple of years ago so it's a little dated but interesting nonetheless, regardless of whether you agree or disagree with the points it's making.

    Shortened version: http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2008/jan/14/facebook