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12/12/2012

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Gavin Heaton

Facebook is no Friend of mine ;)

And while I rarely use it, it has become an important way of sharing family information and remaining in contact with friends overseas. If I could switch everyone to my own, private social network I would!

Ric McCoy

When you put private information on a free public site and expect that information to stay private, then the illusion will always be on the user. The old adage; if you don’t want anyone to know, then don’t say it and especially do not put it in writing for that is a permanent document.

Tamara @ Good Blogs

A functionality of Facebook helps bring social sharing. If you actually don’t want something embraced socially, Facebook may not work communication vehicle you want.

Joel

I don't like facebook....

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