Facebook getting its messaging apps to be friends


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I wonder how much FB is paying for this ad campaign?


Facebook orchestrated a multiyear effort that duped children and their parents out of money, in some cases hundreds or even thousands of dollars, and then often refused to give the money back, according to court documents unsealed tonight in response to a Reveal legal action.

The records are part of a class-action lawsuit focused on how Facebook targeted children in an effort to expand revenue for online games, such as Angry Birds, PetVille and Ninja Saga.

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Antitrust authorities asleep at the wheel!

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Privacy is more of a concern. I guess, so one has to be a member because everyone else is, but one chooses to do less with it, over concerns about privacy.

People will eventually become more savvy over separation of accounts and real Identities. And, Organisations should stop asking for Facebook/Google/Sign-ons.... they are the ones we should be targeting with our Complaints, rather than Facebook - so if you see a Company or Government Office asking for such a membership, you should Complain... and if you have the money, get a Lawyer involved - as this is a rights privacy issue.

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Advertisers are Facebook's customers, people are Facebook's product. To think otherwise is foolish.

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China's surveillance state has already shown that many people are willing to surrender privacy for convenience

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