Ignoring the To-Do List
Joined: Feb 23, 2008
Location: Northern California
|Posted: Wed Jan 11, 2012 6:47 pm Post subject:
|sliqua-jcooter wrote: |
|DW_a_mom wrote: |
|I've long been aware that privacy is dead if there is someone who is dedicated to breaking through it ... but that is only a small percentage of the population. You ought to be able to keep privacy from "most" of the population. |
Then the fact that there is a facebook like button on this page should be of little importance to you. Unless you actually click the button, you're not broadcasting to the world what you like. Sure, Facebook (the company) knows, but they're a far cry from "most" of the population
You missed my point about how often, usually on a touch screen device, I manage to click on things I did not mean to click on, and often stay blissfully unaware that I have. Until the evidence shows up. This is a serious issue when you scroll Wrong Planet on a phone, or even on a iPad. Normally it simply results in a few open ad screens, or a watched thread one isn't all that interested in, but a Facebook link is more serious.
Mom to an amazing AS boy (plus a non-AS daughter). Have at least a few AS genes myself, although probably more NT than AS.
Think of the greening of my name as an emeritus thing; I used to be a moderator but am retired and have no authority to act