> So, those hard drives I bought, are telling the world more about me than if I posted every pic on Facebook?
> Explain, because I gave them my credit card and get email from the place I bought them from. If I was stupid
> enough to use FB I'm giving out less info?
You're conflating the difference between storing images on a high drive vs posting them on facebook with my comparison between using a free service to share images vs using a paid service. Keep up!
> These idiots seem to have a little less freedom after sharing on Facebook: http://mashable.com/2012/12/12...
Now you're implying that I didn't previously realize that if you post something on the internet somebody else could read it; perhaps (wrongly) assuming this makes some sort of case for law abiding people avoiding sharing photos on facebook.
> Go get a script blocker. Enable it 100 percent. Now start enabling scripts. A whole lot of them are facebook and
> they are tracking you even if you don't "belong". You'll have to look them up, because unlike Google, Facebook
> obfuscates where they are sending your info.
> Despite your lofty claims of superiority, you kind sir, are doing a fine imitation of baseless stupidity.
That's a two way street.
> Or does
> Facebook have paid shills here now, because you ar either purposely dissembling, challenged, or paid to
> distribute the inaccurate info.
You're just struggling to understand what I posted and are rambling meaninglessly about...well, fuck knows. Just anti-facebook bollocks as far as I can tell.
> You mad bro? Hey, some of us spout it becuse we did the research. And have determined that people like
> you are spreading BS. I've got friends outside of FB. I see them in person every day. As for "cool", The
> FaceBook crowd would be on AOL in another era. But they are tracking the bejabbers out of most of us. And
> in Corporate America, nothing is done without pecuniary purpose.
More random typing. Facebook is a business which exists to make money; primarily through ads based on users' interests, just like several other successful companies. I have no problem with any of them, trackers or no trackers. It's how they turn a profit (and keep all the servers running). "Doo...facebook users are so stupid, like AOL users were...gu-hoo gu-hoo gu-hoo! Wake up, sheeple!". You're quite the rebel prophet, aren't you?