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Pinned on 08/07/2012 at 8:10 am by owner
Fortune senior writer Jessi Hempel talks about the rapid rise of the social media site Pinterest.
Is Pinterest the new Facebook? it most definitely isn’t. lol do some research before asking such a silly question. facebook stands out for several different reasons and this social network pinterest would have a long way to try and even catch up. lol
faceboook is a joke. people that put their personal information on fb is just asking for trouble.
lol thats all a matter of opinion. most people that post stuff to facebook aren’t trying to hide stuff which may seem to be the case for u not wanting to use it. of course u don’t put stuff that u want private on public domains silly. but what u said almost has nothing to do with anything anyway. it’s just u not liking facebook for some dumb reason such as worrying about people seeing it. lol well don’;t post it if u dont want people to see it. it’s as simple as that.
fuckin unsub cnn cause yall still wont let me watch from mobile devices….wake the fuck up already!
This is not the first program that allows you to screen capture and share with others. And this isn’t the new Facebook. It is however aspiring to be a gigantic marketing tool, like Facebook is. Pinterest will target all those women looking at recipes for cupcakes and make sure the cupcake pages have lots of pop-up ads with all the stuff you can use to make and decorate them. No mystery here.
Privacy on Facebook. There isn’t any. Even if you prevent acess to your page to all but your nearest and dearest those records are stored in a database somewhere, just as are all the things you Google. Eventually, all these records will be accessed for many things you never envisoned while you were surfing away in the comfort of your own home. You want privacy, there is no such thing anywhere as long as you are using the net and making purchased by credit card and automatic debit.
An example of privacy violations in the Atlantic Magazine
Facebook has been paying attention to the new trend that employers have asked prospective employees for their Facebook passwords during the hiring process. Today, Facebook, in the name of “protecting your passwords and privacy,” has made it a violation of its Statement of Rights and Responsibilities to “share or solicit a Facebook password.”
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