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How does an unknown dating site—with the absurd intention
of destroying Facebook—launch with 250,000 member profiles on its
first day? Simple: It copies data directly from
Is it gone, I get like a parked domain ad site.......
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"The duo behind the site say it's art, not commerce..."
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First you have to have a Facebook account to access FB user
So who's really at fault?
LovelyFaces.com for copying the images from accounts?
Facebook.com for not securing and protecting user
information: text, images, and other forms of data.
I decline to "shoot the messenger."
∞ Opto, ergo sum _https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/And_You_and_I
Another option for who's really at fault; the users.
From what I recall, the profiles used were public profiles. Sure,
they probably did not expect to have their data used in this
manner, but I think they also bear part of the
I use Facebook, but I adjust my settings and decide what I share
and with whom I share it.
the profiles used were public profiles
I would expect FB "public profiles" to be public solely
within the Facebook Community; requiring an FB account for
"private" FB profiles should be restricted to all FB users unless
they are explicitly added to a "white list" and then only between
those 2 parties; NOT shared with white-listed party B's "friends
and family." including restrictions to text / links / images
I wonder how FB would react if people claimed that their friends
/ family were personal testimonials and how the FCC
defines "testimonials" placed on websites. After all when you
"like" someone on FB, you are advertising them to others you
From what I recall, public meant that they were accessible from
other sources, such as Google. It's been a while since I created my
account, but I do recall that the information was not only for
Facebook. Users could decide exactly what to share with others.
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