1 year ago   •   316 notes   •   VIA: ygfamilyy   •   SOURCE: ygfamilyy
  • ygfamilyy:

    2NE1 - Backstage @ 121201 New Evolution Concert in Singapore!

    2 years ago   •   1,640 notes   •   VIA: wilwheaton   •   SOURCE: maxistentialist
  • maxistentialist:

Lifehacker:

Facebook just removed everyone’s email address from their profile and replaced it with an @facebook.com email address without asking you. Here’s how to easily fix the problem.

If you were looking for another reason to delete your account…

    maxistentialist:

    Lifehacker:

    Facebook just removed everyone’s email address from their profile and replaced it with an @facebook.com email address without asking you. Here’s how to easily fix the problem.

    If you were looking for another reason to delete your account…

    2 years ago   •   4 notes   •   VIA: idroolinmysleep   •   SOURCE: idroolinmysleep
  • Open Graph is a development tool that lets third-party apps and sites report your activities back to Facebook. It’s meant to extend or replace the Like button. It’s a way for sites and services to jack directly into Facebook from anywhere. If companies use Open Graph, they can publish to your Ticker and Timeline, too, effectively sending tattle-tale updates on anything you do to everyone you know, in real time. And then Facebook gets to keep that data forever. It is the ultimate collection tool, a way for Facebook to monitor you, wherever you go.

     - Facebook wants to share everything you do online with the world, whether you want to or not. This is on top of a cookie that tracks your activity even when you’re logged out of Facebook. People are upset over Spotify requiring new users to sign up through Facebook, but this isn’t going to be the end of it. (via idroolinmysleep)
    3 years ago   •   25 notes   •   VIA: discoverynews   •   SOURCE: discoverynews
  • A new kind of malware can steal your data and hide it in your Facebook photo sets. 

    I’m irked that this article doesn’t really provide any real information — especially on how to avoid such things (aside from never clicking links or reading your email).

    A friend of mine noted recently that I seemed a little antagonistic about Facebook recently — mostly on my Facebook account, which is some irony for you — and wanted to know what I had against it. The answer is simple enough: Facebook is what happens to the Web when you hit it with the stupid stick. It’s a dumbed-down version of the functionality the Web already had, just not all in one place at one time.

    If you you aren’t already paranoid enough to remove your address and cell phone number from Facebook, today might be the day. Facebook has decided to give its third-party app developers API access to users’ address and phone numbers as they collectively get more involved in the mobile space, but privacy experts are already warning that such a move could put Facebook users at risk.