Publié le par disgrace23

So after my own digging on whether or not "FACEBOOK" has absolute control of your ideas. This is what I came up with:

While Facebook originally made changes to its terms of use  or, terms of service, on February 4, 2009, the changes went unnoticed until Chris Walters, a blogger for the consumer-oriented blog, The Consumerist, noticed the change on February 15, 2009. Walters complained the change gave Facebook the right to "Do anything they want with your content. Forever."

On February 16, 2009, Mark Zuckerberg addressed the issues concerning the recently made changes to Facebook’s terms of use. Zuckerberg wrote “Our philosophy is that people own their information and control who they share it with.”

In order to calm criticism, Facebook returned to its original terms of use. However, on February 17, 2009, Zuckerberg wrote in his blog, that although Facebook reverted back to its original terms of use, it is in the process of developing new terms in order to address the paradox. Zuckerberg stated that these new terms will allow Facebook users to “share and control their information, and it will be written clearly in language everyone can understand.” Zuckerberg invited users to join a group entitled “Facebook Bill of Rights and Responsibilities” to give their input and help shape the new terms.


"Think for yourself"

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Nicolas 12/03/2010 06:45

Je suis graphiste free-lance actuellement à Montréal je suis venu sur votre blog via l'annuaire d'over-blog. Il est sympa votre blog ce que vous faites est bien.
Si ça vous tente vous pouvez venir découvrir mes créations
Bonne continuation dans vos projets.
Nicolas graphiste au Canada

disgrace23 17/03/2010 01:07

Merci beaucoup Nicolas!