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Facebook Leaker's tool

A bot for people for leaking Facebook...
 
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Today, Facebook seem to work as government's and powerful people's intelligence tool, hoarding information about people, and sharing only a small fraction of it with each of us. So, here is an idea to make Facebook more transparent: a tool that automatically publishes all the information available to you from your Facebook account in a public on-line copy of Facebook. (^_^)
Inyuki, Feb 08 2011

Of course they can leak! http://www.greatfun...4301-Face-book-.jpg
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Feb 08 2011]

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       huh?
xandram, Feb 08 2011
  

       People still use Facebook?
pocmloc, Feb 08 2011
  

       Many people seem to, and that makes me wonder...
Inyuki, Feb 08 2011
  

       yes, and it`s not because we don`t know that it`s Hoovering our data. It is because it the sole occupant of a niche - namely, an online venue to interact with friends and acquaintances in a group setting, using one`s real identity, without being heavily invested in Web culture.
afinehowdoyoudo, Feb 09 2011
  

       //the sole occupant of a niche//

Hardly. The web is chock full of forums and newsgroups. That is its prime function. Selling stuff to people is just a Johnny-Come-Lately add-on.
DrBob, Feb 10 2011
  

       It's more a question of everyone being in the same place.   

       I deliberately put stuff on there because i want the government to know how well my way of life works and that i have nothing to hide. I'm trying to be the threat of a good example. Also, i think they couldn't care less about me because i'm so tiny and insignificant.
nineteenthly, Feb 10 2011
  

       Something about the title seems redundant.
RayfordSteele, Feb 11 2011
  
      
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