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Paypal is NOT FDIC insured so in other words, Paypal is an unregulated money philanderer.They’re not the high-end gigolos banks are, they’re just straight up whores for the money.German, British and Canadian Governments are monitoring Facebook’s assault of the general definition of privacy.Meanwhile the shameless free market fundamentalists who’ve wormed themselves into the American Government, in great numbers, are giving “favors” and trading players…(And quite frankly, should not be needed now.) There really is no excuse for this but let’s see them try to make up a good one. Anyway, this new setting could have been automatically changed for you, or you could have changed it not knowing what it does “To help keep your Facebook account as safe as possible, we can notify you when your account is accessed from a computer or mobile device that you haven’t used before.Of course we got the form letters today from Bennet and FBook but we also read the link above’s new development – which indicates that the logging of your computer’s ID issue is due to yet another new setting in the overly confusing plethora of new, rearranged, and reworded Facebook settings. Would you like to receive notifications for logins from new devices?
You may also recognize them from collaborations they’ve done with Team Four Star through voice work and videos from their gaming channel.
We sent them an email, “Why are we having to register a computer we’ve used for the last five years to log in to Facebook today? We’ve also taken the liberty to write Senators Schumer, Franken, Bennet, Begich, and our own State’s Attorney Generals as well on this and one thing is for sure – we aren’t registering SHIT until we get a response from someone.
information than usual, on every computer that connects to Facebook. The splash page has made it clear though, if you want to get onto their network to see your information, you have no choice but to give them even more information about your home location than has ever been needed in the past.
” Sounds harmless enough to check “Yes” for but it really isn’t because it’s not 100% truthful about what it does.
Ultimately, there’s nothing in that explanation about “Team Zuckerberg” locking your ass out of your account till Facebook registers your computer.I don’t know why, but I really hope “Mark’s company” and all it’s practices do decide to adopt a more ethical defensive mindset than the usual sell out … My guess is, in this era; I’m probably being too optimistic and should have no reservations, as it appears FB does not either? it could also be some moron who made a new one because it doesn’t seem to have a lot of users. Leave a Comment » | Applications Fail, Fedbook | Tagged: apathetic, application, applications, apps, bull shit, civil rights, classification, complaint, corporate, corporations, corporatocracy, disguise, disguised, disrespectful, end, example, facebook, fail, failbook, Fedbook, feds, information, internet, irony, irritated, liar, lies, me, news.com, online, past, policy, privacy, secrecy, secret crush, shit-ass, shitass, social networking, social networks, upsetting, user, watchdog, web 2.0, you, zango | Permalink Posted by fbwatchdog “Register this computer Please take a moment to register this computer by choosing a name you’ll remember later.You’ll receive a notification confirming that you registered and logged in from here.“I’m excited that Marne is joining my team as Vice President, Global Public Policy,” a statement from Facebook vice president of communications Elliot Schrage read. Part of Levine’s background–connections to Harvard University, the Treasury Department, and Larry Summers–sounds a whole lot like that of another Facebook executive, chief operating officer and former Google sales exec Sheryl Sandberg, who was Summers’ chief of staff when he was at the Treasury Department. connections also run deep thanks to Donald Graham, chairman of the Washington Post Company, who serves on Facebook’s board of directors. 1 Comment | Fedbook, Share | Tagged: angry, bs, bull shit, civil rights, cnet, complaint, corporate, corporations, corporatocracy, dc, feds, first amendment, free market, global public policy, harvard, information, internet, irritated, lies, marne levine, me, news, online, policy, privacy, search, secrecy, social networking, social networks, Tim Sparapani, user, washington d.c., watchdog, web 2.0, you | Permalink Posted by fbwatchdog Two years ago was the beginning of the end, or at the very least it was the moment where the users of Facebook began to realize something wasn’t right with Facebook Inc. Are you selling us out to these “third party” operators?