Social Media Privacy Policies

Jace Lewis
Jace Lewis

Are social media policies as bad as I hear? I'm actually read through Google's and Instagram's, and I can't see anything that is as bad as everyone says.

I don't see anything bad going on, and if you can prove me wrong, by either quoting privacy policies or showing me a scandal example, I'd be willing to listen.

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Sebastian Cooper
Sebastian Cooper

bamf

Xavier Harris
Xavier Harris

Some friends of mine were trying to convert the group from mumble to discord. Fucking normies.

Jaxon Ortiz
Jaxon Ortiz

1-Nothing to do with normal social media.
2-Nothing actually bad.

William Peterson
William Peterson

Nice b8, I'll take it.

1. What definition of social media do you hold such that discord is excluded?

2. It objectively is that bad. I measured it. It's that bad because someone thought it was a good idea to embed a whole web browser into it.
Also,
no self-hosting

Jaxson Adams
Jaxson Adams

1-That's why I said "normal" social media. As in social media that normal people use, like FB, Twitter, Insta, Snap, etc. which is what people here complain about, the whole point of this thread.

2-All I see in there is "keep it PG and legal". Not to mention that those aren't even privacy policies.

Julian Wilson
Julian Wilson

1. How is it not "normal" social media? Normies do use it.

2. "Otherwise objectionable" could be reinterpreted to mean literally anything. For instance, I find these terms of service objectionable. That means the terms of service are against the terms of service.

Ayden King
Ayden King

1-Even for someone like me, who is not fully normie, I had to look up what it was.

2-These are literally Terms of Service, not Privacy Policies.

Jaxson Jenkins
Jaxson Jenkins

Even for someone like me, who is not fully normie, I had to look up what it was.
Maybe you should pull your head out of your ass, then?
These are literally Terms of Service, not Privacy Policies.
Ok, you got me there. Fair enough.

Aaron Smith
Aaron Smith

uppu

Aiden Gonzalez
Aiden Gonzalez

stallman.org/google.html

Ryan Torres
Ryan Torres

Unless they changed it doesn't FB share everything with everyone by default? You used to have to tell it friends only.

Asher King
Asher King

I can't see anything that is as bad as everyone says

You must be new to the internet. Kikebook and Twatter openly censor the right. It's not a conspiracy theory, they even admit it in various articles. In case you have been living in a cave for the past few decades, there is even a "fake news" list that is promoted by facebook. The list was created by a radical feminist and includes every site that is on the right. It even includes sites that are on the left that also have anti-globalist tendencies.

Connor Morales
Connor Morales

Censorship is the opposite of privacy policies, which is what I'm looking for.

Ian Phillips
Ian Phillips

HEY STUPID FUCKS I SEARCHED AND DIDNT FIND ANYTHING BAD SO YOU SHOULD JUST ASSUME IM HONEST AND TRUST GOOGLE NOW HUE HUE HUE HUE HUEHU EHEUHEUHEUHEYUHE

Thomas Brown
Thomas Brown

They love data and making algorithms sorting it as much as i love tits on a fertile looking boobanimal.

Levi Sullivan
Levi Sullivan

This used to be yt's security policy. Think about how times have changed.

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