Mozilla: "We’re taking a break from Facebook"

Andreas Nilsson an at
Sun Apr 1 14:21:48 UTC 2018

I think you have misunderstood sir. It's a usage of Facebook to have it
do a job of spreading a message that you can get it to do without it
managing to get anything from the broadcaster that it demands but the
broadcaster holds fast on.

Could be not running non free JS, if that's the main concern. I believe
only messenger requires non free JS?

No such thing as European culture and a must to have accounts, that's
totally not it as far as I know my history of European culture.


On Sun, 2018-04-01 at 11:09 -0300, Adonay Felipe Nogueira wrote:
> > RMS says yadda yadda, so what?
> > 
> > You can advertise on Facebook, post events, etc. I would not
> > recommend
> > you to put any private data in there that you consider do not
> > belong to
> > the eyes of Facebook or NSA or whoever that you do not trust.
> This is kind of problematic.
> In organization management --- not specific to "business" ---,
> particularly involving descentralized organizations with different
> managers each, this creates communication noise or action
> inconsistency. Of course each continent has its own culture, but I
> fail
> to see in European culture where having accounts in such centralized
> non-standardized full-of-JS-or-non-free-JS social network sites is
> considered a must.
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