On the latest Facebook Privacy faux panic.

Yes, it is BS and most of us knew it. Still some kept pasting the stupid “I do not give permission…” meme. But some have made actually fun of that and came up with some great “legal” disclaimers. My favorite? Claudia Christian’s.

Due to the fact that Facebook has chosen to align themselves with the Dark Side to push forth their own agenda through the use of Psi Corp operatives, Storm Troopers, Cylons, Daleks, Reavers, Borg and the like, I state: on this day, in response to the new guidelines of Facebook, which violate the all that is good in every known galaxy and were summarily voted against by every champion of humanity, I declare my rights to all that is mine, for I
am Ivanova…and God sent me.

Those who visit my command log (also known as this Facebook page) can copy and paste it as they so choose. This will allow them protection against all allies of the Shadows who threaten to violate their rights.

If you have not published this statement at least once, you tacitly allow Facebook and its advertisers to corrupt your soul as well as use the information contained in profile updates.

I aim to misbehave. Use the force and join me. Let’s send Facebook back to Mordor where it belongs. So say we all.

Ivanova
“Ivanova is always right. I will listen to Ivanova. I will not ignore Ivanova’s recommendations. Ivanova is God. And if this ever happens again, Ivanova will personally rip your lungs out! Babylon control out. “

8 Replies to “On the latest Facebook Privacy faux panic.”

  1. Babylon 5, one of the best 90s sci-fi shows. Until the end of Season 4, I think I watched every episode at airtime except for 2. If you can find the box sets and like sci-fi, it is worth watching.




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      1. You still watch television shows on teevee? You’ve clearly got internet access… I cut the cord in ’01. I didn’t even bother with rabbit ears, and now analog broadcasting has gone dark so they’d be moot anyway.

        Netflix, Amazon Prime, and a cable modem all together are cheaper than any package of 9,000 channels I don’t want (and three I might want for a few hours each week) from any cable provider.




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        1. Living in the gator end of the county, you do not have good reliable and fast internet. I just upgraded from 2MB to 25 (finally available) and the signal drops when everybody in the neighborhood gets home.




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