After BuzzFeed News revealed that the Drug Enforcement Administration had created a phony Facebook page using a real woman’s name — without her knowledge — the company has told the agency it committed a “serious breach” of Facebook’s terms of service.
“I’m going to have to talk to somebody about that.”
So, was it the photos of Frida Kahlo or her boob and butt shots that caused Instagram to reach out to Madge?
So could Facebook, Twitter, Google, and every other website we use on a daily basis.
The Internet went briefly apeshit this week over news that Facebook’s new terms of service may give them the rights not only to everything you ever post on Facebook, but to your very soul in perpetuity. Clearer heads, however, are prevailing. This piece from Public School Intelligentsia lays it out for you: “Jesus f*cking Christ, like you were going to write Finnegan’s Wake on someone’s wall or some shit?”