Posted by: David Harley | December 6, 2011

Facebook and Selective Memory

I’ve been thinking that I ought to comment on Mark Zuckerberg’s blog on Facebook’s Commitment to the Facebook Community (and the perception of rather less commitment expressed by Nicholas Carlson over at Business Insider. However, it turns out that my long-time friend Randy Abrams has said pretty much everything I’d want to say, and more in his article  Mark Zuckerberg, I’ve Read Terry Pratchett and You are no Terry Pratchett.

Zuckerberg’s early observations on the stupidity of people who entrusted him with their data may have been meant entirely humorously, but they’ll haunt Facebook for a long time yet.

Good to see Randy blogging again at Security Through Absurdity: great name. 🙂

David Harley CITP FBCS CISSP
Small Blue-Green World/AVIEN/Mac Virus

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