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When businesses are not regulated (appropriately)

Old Aug 16th 2012, 9:53 pm
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Of course, if you don't have a Facebook account, then you are definitely a little dodgy;
http://www.forbes.com/sites/kashmirh...re-suspicious/
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Then you are not gay, smoke dope, a wiccan; I do not know 1001 things that some HR busy body might object to. Why not give them the keys to your house?

I put on new underwear each day, but I am not letting anyone from HR inspect them.
I am trying to think of an analogy for older more innocent times, advert in a paper. It does seem that people are happy to advertise issues they would never ever have done before.

Just watching CNN and they are quoting somebody's Facebook page as evidence of their beliefs.
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Old Aug 17th 2012, 1:22 am
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I am trying to think of an analogy for older more innocent times, advert in a paper. It does seem that people are happy to advertise issues they would never ever have done before.

Just watching CNN and they are quoting somebody's Facebook page as evidence of their beliefs.
The analogy, in the context of this thread, is a private conversation in your own home.
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It isn't just your privacy. They then also have access to the Facebook pages of all your family and friends. That, quite frankly, is where it gets very sticky in a legal sense. Whatever justification they try to come up with for access to your Facebook, they could never find any justification for access to the pages of individuals that have no connection to them at all.
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Old Aug 17th 2012, 6:23 pm
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It isn't just your privacy. They then also have access to the Facebook pages of all your family and friends. That, quite frankly, is where it gets very sticky in a legal sense. Whatever justification they try to come up with for access to your Facebook, they could never find any justification for access to the pages of individuals that have no connection to them at all.
^^^^^^^ THIS!!! This is what so rarely gets mentioned.
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