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Re: One more reason to not use Facebook

Man arrested for sending FB friend request to his estranged wife.

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AUGUST 16--A Florida man was arrested last night after he allegedly violated a protective order by sending his estranged wife requests to “friend” him on Facebook.

According to a Pasco County Sheriff’s Office report, Harry Bruder, 54, admittedcontacting his wife twice last last month via the social networking site. Investigators charge that Bruder’s Facebook requests violated a domestic violence injunction obtained by his wife Carole, from whom he has been separated for two years.

“Yeah, I did it,” Bruder said when confronted by cops. He remarked that the friend requests were “stupid” and knew that he should not have sent them. Bruder, who also copped to changing the password to his wife’s Yahoo e-mail account, said that he was upset that he had to attend court-ordered counseling sessions as a result of the injunction (which bars him from any contact with his wife).

Bruder, pictured in the above mug shot, was jailed in lieu of $5,000 bail. The sheriff’s report lists his employer at Bud’s Plumbing. Bruder’s Facebook page can be found here.

In an apparent reference to the filing of the restraining order, Bruder wrote in a July 27 post to his Facebook wall that, “today my future x wife thinks she won but the real winner is me for i know the truth she is nothing but a lying emotionally disturbed woman who needs help to handle previous abusive relationship."
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Re: One more reason to not use Facebook

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Facebook replaces Orkut as number one social networking site in India

Social networking site Facebook has overtaken Orkut in India for the first time to take the top place, digital market data firm comScore said on Wednesday.

Facebook had 20.9 million unique visitors in July, up 179 percent from the same month last year. Orkut had 19.9 million visitors in July, up 16 percent year on year, comScore said.

BharatStudent.com, a social utility that aims to bring together young Indians living across the globe, took the third place with 4.4 million visitors, followed by Yahoo Pulse with 3.5 million visitors.

Twitter is growing fast in India, at 239 percent, but still only had 3.3 million visitors in the country, putting it in fifth place.

Facebook has taken the lead over Orkut in India because of a combination of factors, including its intuitive user interface, the variety of games on the site, and the perception among young users that it is a "cool" place to be, said Asheesh Raina , principal research analyst at Gartner.

The popularity that Facebook enjoys in key markets like the U.S. is also likely to have influenced younger people in India to try the site, Raina said.

With many young users moving from Orkut to Facebook, it is likely that there will be a segmentation of users with younger people primarily on Facebook, while older users focus on Orkut for social networking, Raina added.

The comScore survey covered visitors from home and work among users aged 15 years and above, and does not include visits from public computers such as Internet cafes or access from mobile phones or PDAs (personal digital assistants). Mobile phone users are significant in that they set trends, but mobile phones are not used by many people in India to access social networks, Raina said.

A spokeswoman for Google, which owns Orkut, said on Wednesday that it does not comment on competition. The company is satisfied with the growth trajectory of Orkut in India, and continues to innovate around the social networking site, she said.

Orkut added new features to its social networking site on Tuesday that allowed users to share scraps and photographs with select groups from their friends list on the social networking site.

Users maintain different groups of friends or "social circles", and the Internet is not able to reflect that, Orkut product management director Victor Ribeiro wrote on the Orkut blog on Tuesday. Citing the example of a fictitious user, Sarah, a 21 year old girl, Ribeiro said that the plans for Saturday night and the photos of the parties she went to should be seen only by her party friends. Sarah does not want her boss or her young cousin to see those, he added.

Facebook's high profile in India has come at a price. At the request of the Indian government, it had to agree earlier this year to block access from India to Facebook pages considered offensive to Islam. It did a similar deal in Pakistan to get the country to remove a ban on its website.

Orkut, at the peak of its popularity in India, was also targeted by a number of groups, and even taken to court in India, for content that was considered offensive to local leaders.

Facebook may run into privacy concerns at a legal level in India, as in some other countries, Raina said. But users in general in India are not particularly concerned about this issue, and are not likely to stop using the site for privacy reasons, he added.

More than 33 million Internet users aged 15 and older in India visited social networking sites in July, representing 84 percent of the total Internet audience, comScore said. India now ranks as the seventh-largest market worldwide for social networking, after the U.S., China, Germany, Russia, Brazil and the U.K. The total Indian social networking audience grew 43 percent in the past year, more than tripling the rate of growth of the total Internet audience in India, comScore added.

Recognizing India as a growing market for its product, Facebook opened an office in the country this year, which houses online sales and operations teams, and also supports the company's users. Google and Yahoo already have large development and sales teams in India.

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Re: One more reason to not use Facebook

Create a new FB account and check if the first one is deleted.If the first one is deleted,request for deletion of the new account and check from the first account if the new account has been deleted
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What do you do or how do you find out if your FB account has been deleted permanently?

You delete the account. You follow the procedure and email FB to delete it permanently. It will be deleted in two weeks and you will be informed, so says the receipt email. Months go and you receive no further email of deletion confirmation. What do you do now?

Normally all you have to do is try to login to find out if account has been deleted permanently, right? Not with FB or such sites. Any attempt to login to find out if account deleted by you has or not been permanently deleted REACTIVATES your account. See the trap?

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Sites like FB made it that simple ... don't you wish? Your suggestion won't work because account needs to be soft-deleted before FB does the permanent deletion. See?

Soft deletion is all that is required ... if we were living in a world where big corporation respected your privacy ... noh? They keep changing the settings so that a "friends only" account becomes visible to 500 million nobodys.

Do you have an account ... you must make it a habit to check your privacy settings as often as possible. Same goes for Yahoo email account.

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Facebook's two least favorite words in the English language: "opt in."

Yesterday's announcement of a new groups feature should have been a home run. We still expect this will be a big deal for the company. But in the short term, Facebook spoiled the announcement by shoving groups down its users throats in a way just about guaranteed to spook and anger many of them.

Here's the problem:

Anyone can set up a Facebook group and add whomever they want unilaterally. If a group is set to be publicly visible, anyone who looks at that group's page will see a list of "members" that may never have wanted anything to do with it. Immediately after the product went live, someone created a NAMBLA group and added Jason Calacanis and Michael Arrington to it, presumably to demonstrate this problem with groups in as public a way as possible.

People are calling this another "privacy blunder" by Facebook, but, to be fair, there is absolutely no privacy issue here. No otherwise private information about you is made public by this feature.

But this is very poorly thought out, for two reasons. First, it creates opportunities for libelous pranks like the one pulled on Jason and Michael. This is a relatively minor problem: since your groups aren't visible on your profile, no one will see that you are a member of one of these groups unless they happen to come across that group's page. And it's easy to remove yourself from any group you don't want to be in. But this can definitely create some embarrassment.

Secondly, these groups will lead to people getting a lot of Facebook mail they don't want to get. It's always been possible for people to spam you on Facebook, but a feature that lets you add anyone you want to what amounts to a massive mailing list positively encourages spamming.

This could have been avoided very, very easily. Instead of letting users add people to groups, Facebook should have let them invite people to them. Users would be notified, just as they are of friend requests. They would probably accept most of these invitations blindly anyway, but they would have the option not to.

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You looked wonderful on your resume. Your references raved about you. The interview went swimmingly. Yet you didn't get the job. Oh, no: Did they see that Facebook photo of you dancing on a table? Or find out that you're six months behind on your mortgage payment?

You may never know why you weren't hired, but be aware that background checks can make or break a job application. And in a data-rich world, the person with the fewest red flags may get the job.

Little hard research has been done on how hiring managers use the Internet to vet applicants. But you should assume that they are at least looking you up on search engines. So it's wise to review the results of a quick search of your name.

It is very hard to remove anything questionable about yourself from a search engine, but you can at least push it lower by adding positive entries, said Barbara Safani, owner of Career Solvers, a career management business in New York.

Safani says she aims to help clients create a positive professional identity on the Internet through Google profiles, LinkedIn and ZoomInfo, for example, as these tend to be among the first to appear in search results. Adding such entries can also help people who have little or no presence online, as that can be viewed with suspicion these days, she said.

Job seekers should also give their Facebook page a close look. "How private is your Facebook page, really?" said Lewis Maltby, founder of the National Workrights Institute, an advocacy group. Despite privacy settings, he said, it's not inconceivable that a potential employer could become a friend of one of your friends and thereby gain access to your page.

If you are showing or saying anything on Facebook that you wouldn't want your grandmother to see, "take it down, now," Maltby said. The same goes for friends' posts that mention or "tag" you. Maltby said he started his group "to extend protection for civil liberties to the world of employment because it doesn't exist there." But, he said, he also once ran a human resources department, and "you can't blame HR people for looking at social network sites because hiring the wrong person is a very expensive mistake," he said. His concern is that some hiring managers may be disqualifying candidates "for ridiculous reasons that have nothing to do with the job" for example, pictures of them drinking beer.

Chances are that employers wouldn't tell you that a Facebook picture of you with a lampshade on your head was the reason you weren't hired. But even if they did, they can generally refuse to hire you for any reason that isn't specifically excluded by federal or state law, Maltby said. Such reasons include race, religion, disability or age.

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If the first one is deleted ..... how to check the second one FROM the first account
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Re: One more reason to not use Facebook

nobody is sending me pictures of their vacations now...

they upload on facebook and send me the email chekc my latest on facebook.... so I m using my girlfriend's account to check pictures and playing games (POOL ).
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There is an option in Facebook, which when enabled will not allow your name to come up on Google or any other search . Pretty neat I would say .
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More woes for those who use FB and expect privacy...

Facebook in Privacy Breach
Top-Ranked Applications Transmit Personal IDs, a Journal Investigation Finds
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There is an option in Facebook, which when enabled will not allow your name to come up on Google or any other search . Pretty neat I would say .
FB is perfect vehicle for guy likes of you and Premiji and Swamiji and RRbhai and Chitralaji and Ashdocji ... MEN WHO HAVE NO PAST!

I opened one for myself and closed in 3 days ... and most probably will regret for many more years. Your girlfriends who aren't supposed to know each other getting to be friends with each other is bloody annoying and nuisance. Some of them get to befriend your wife's friends make its even more messier. You know how women are ... comparing measurements and all that rumors stuff. I have noone to blame but meself. How the fuck was I supposed to know that in less than 72 hours I will have dozens of them following me. Too late for regrets.

My experience need not bother you guys. You have nothing to hide. You are like an open book ... blank book ... kora kagaz.
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FB is perfect vehicle for guy likes of you and Premiji and Swamiji and RRbhai and Chitralaji and Ashdocji ... MEN WHO HAVE NO PAST!

I opened one for myself and closed in 3 days ... and most probably will regret for many more years. Your girlfriends who aren't supposed to know each other getting to be friends with each other is bloody annoying and nuisance. Some of them get to befriend your wife's friends make its even more messier. You know how women are ... comparing measurements and all that rumors stuff. I have noone to blame but meself. How the fuck was I supposed to know that in less than 72 hours I will have dozens of them following me. Too late for regrets.

My experience need not bother you guys. You have nothing to hide. You are like an open book ... blank book ... kora kagaz.
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u must be some kind of greek god.
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