Kim I guess it doesn't matter now if your a famous celebrity or some unknown obscure nobody apparently. At this rate it looks like access to the Internet will require everyone to produce official identification at some point. I suppose fees will be in the picture also. The Internet Surfers License. Sad to see the web becoming such a suspicious and mistrusting place.
Mary my guess is they may be pushing their luck a little if they start asking everyone for an official Government I.D. just to use Facebook. Like some kids at Facebook are going to check the drivers license . . then say . . "oh okay this really the person he's okay. Let's delete the copy of the upload now so the person is protected from any potential abuse." Facebook expects people to believe this? I suppose their could still be some dumb you know whats that trust Zuckerberg and crew that wouldn't shock me.
The US government is funding controversial projects to collect daily Internet activity, including Web searches, Twitter messages, Facebook and blog posts, and the digital location trails generated by billions of cellphones. Its goal is to map these interactions to predict social behavior, such as protests.
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