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Re: [Z_Scale] Traction Modeling Group

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  • jonathon
    ... For all practical purpose, FaceBook is such a different class of privacy invader, that there are no points of congruence between it, and other social media
    Message 1 of 8 , Oct 15, 2012
      On 10/13/2012 09:55 PM, David Mummery wrote:

      > The privacy and security concerns are no different in any social media outlet.

      For all practical purpose, FaceBook is such a different class of privacy
      invader, that there are no points of congruence between it, and other
      social media outlets.

      Talking point # 1: The profile that Facebook has created of each
      individual that has not signed up for it;

      Talking point # 2: The data that it collects without your knowledge,
      authorization, or consent, for the sole purpose of selling to third parties;

      >Facebook wins hands down with 700 Million registered users.

      i) Thirty percent of the accounts on Facebook are known to be "dummy"
      accounts.
      ii) Even with those numbers, unless you are willing to pay FaceBook for
      the specific psycho-demographic group, marketing there is on a par with
      paying a dollar a hollar on an AM country station, to sell 187 clothing;

      jonathon
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