Today I had a fight.
A big one. Facebook started it and Google+ made it even worse. I freaked, I yelled at them how I wanted to break up with them, punched a few pillows, cried, shouted a bit more and now I am happily sedated….
Honestly now. Have you noticed how those two want to know everything about you???
Facebook practically knows every move i make. And it even has an opinion about it!
Come to think of it, we gave Facebook that right, we upload everything! Ourselves (of course), ourselves in swimsuits, ourselves at work, ourselves drunk, our food, our pets, our houses, our home address, our phone number, our babies, and the list goes ooooooooon…….
So of course Facebook can ask me how i am feeling! And by the way….
It's none of your business!!!
And then, I don’t know why (i must be crazy), I moved over to google+. Bad move. Seems like google+ is even worst!
Since i didn’t answer its questions, it got even more pushy!
Really now google+, why do you even want all this info??????? Is it because you love me so much? Click here, see the whole list of all the things google+ is asking of me.
I really think it is a competition.
Who knows you better, or, who has the biggest amount of your life-data. I see google arguing with apple…
Google: I have their phone numbers (gmail security check)
Apple: I have their voice id (Siri)
And finally apple strikes back. Did you know the new iPhone unlocks by your fingerprint? Oh nice, a fingerprint database! (Apple: Got you google, i win! MUAhaha)
Read – fingerprint privacy
You will now tell me, who would ever be interested in your fingerprints???
Not me (I swear). Well, who was even interested in your LinkedIn passwords last year? (6,5 million LinkedIn passwords leaked) I don’t think anyone was actually interested in your LinkedIn profile so much in order to hack it. They just wanted to prove they could. And they did.
And don't even get me started on "Internet frauds"...
I help a friend grow her blog and the other day we got bitch slapped in the face. Sorry for my language but we kinda lost our blog domain and now it is used to mirror our content and get all the traffic. Of course those kind people generously offered to give us the domain back, as long as we paid 750$ per month. Sure… I will write all about it in a future post. In the meanwhile, if you have experience with this sort of things, give us a hand here…
I tend to exaggerate and overreact.
I am actually great at it. And at the bottom line, everyone is responsible for his/her own self. So if you want to upload pictures in Facebook of your new-born, go ahead. And if you are one of those people who keep telling the world where they had lunch and what time they left home, go ahead and take this lollipop,