Since the above article, I find it interesting that now it's now, all of a sudden, important for Facebook to attempt to make privacy controls easier. How ironic and the gal in the video says that it should be done before the end of the year! Gee whiz, go figure.
In the first article, near the end of the article, Zuckerberg's sister (Randi) says, "Digital etiquette: always ask permission before posting a friend's photo publicly. It's not about privacy settings, it's about human decency," Randi said in a tweet.
Sorry, Randi, but I disagree. Facebook doesn't seem to care who and what they take on, change, or implement within their FB world. How is what they do, much different? My thoughts about all the "personal" crap that people do, say, and post on FB ... "If you don't want the WORLD to know, or be ABLE to know, then DON'T POST IT. You never know WHO KNOWS WHO AND HOW OR WHERE THEY COME FROM. I feel if you post it, it's public and good luck trying to prove otherwise. If only we had a perfect world where people actually exercise kindness, consideration, and compassion ... NOT.
I find it amusing that Randi got offended - because she GOT CAUGHT ... and now she's attempting to turn the tables on someone else, rather than admit she got "busted" posting personal Zuckerberg family photos. I really feel that Zuckerberg's think they are "above" all that ... it's all right when it happens to someone else though, isn't it, Randi????!!! Because of her, and people like her, is why I not only left the Facebook world but also shut down my You Tube account as well. Too many egos to try and please. I'm sooo, sooo amused!