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Old 03-20-2018   #1
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Greetings. For anyone who is a member of Facebook, I created a new FB group called "Pimped-out Fujifilm-X" because I thought it would be a great place for us Fuji lovers to post images of how we have accessorized our beloved Fuji gear. Since my switch to Fuji about 4 years ago, I am always looking at ways to improve the usability (and looks) of my gear. I have found sporadic posts all over the internet that depict how others have done just that. Thought it would be a great idea to create this centralized group where its sole purpose is for members of the Fuji communities to post images of their gear. I think over time this can become a valuable resource for sharing our experiences with accessories that either worked out as expected or didn't live up to expectations. I am inviting anyone interested in joining to please swing by, sign up and participate. I hope this will grow into something that will add some value to the on-line Fuji community. The link is below. Thanks for your consideration.

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i thought this was going to be about how you should delete your facebook account! lol.
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I deleted my facebook account about 7 years ago. It wasn't easy by the way.
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I realize that FB is not for everyone, especially with the latest news, but wanted to make as many Fuji users aware of this new group.
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My girlfriend and I have been trying to delete her facebook account for ages, and so far nothing works. Facebook is evil. I can't stand that oh-so-smug owner of theirs.
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Facebook is just one of thousands of companies that builds models of people that can be purchased. Assume anything you put online can be attributed to you in some form.

At least people have had the opportunity to know Facebook gathered and sold data for a long time. Other profiling companies - used mostly for marketing with data available to anyone with money - are more nefarious.

At the most extreme, a simple ad displayed can read all sorts of innocent information about your PC - resolution, your region of the world, etc. The ad can store the data and then compare it against other 'profiles' pulled from other sources. While it can't be 100% sure it is the same individual, tracking and comparing enough variables can provide improve the probability of a match.

Users in Europe will have much more control about their profile and identity due to legislation about to go in to effect. It requires true data deletion and identity removal - and fines for failing to comply - that are downright scary and potentially difficult to completely implement. Its a step in the right direction though and hopefully will spread.
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I deleted my facebook account about 7 years ago. It wasn't easy by the way.
Are you sure you deleted it 7 years ago? I tried around the same time and I agree it was not easy - either to find out how to do it or to actually do it. What is more, years later I found out it was never actually deleted. It was only deactivated - my account was still there in the aether. As a "service" to users you understand. Just in case you ever changed your mind. (Cough)

Apparently it is now easier to do permanently (after pressure was placed on FB) and this article gives the link to do it.

https://www.theverge.com/2018/3/20/1...t-data-privacy
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i thought this was going to be about how you should delete your facebook account! lol.
That's what I thought. And consider selling your shares, as well!
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Can't do facebook (I gave up my account when they started to claim absolute ownership of everything posted on their site) but I'd take a long, hard look at a flickr group.
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Quite a timing for this thread, considering the uproar about FB ongoing in news
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Never been so happy that I never joined FB, What's App and Instagram.
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I do not believe in their way to do...
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I'm with you, Robert. I once read that when something is free, then you are the product. Turns out that was true.
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My girlfriend and I have been trying to delete her facebook account for ages, and so far nothing works. Facebook is evil. I can't stand that oh-so-smug owner of theirs.
Just repeatedly post some photos that show female nipples and it will go away. Remember, Nazis and hate groups OK, exposed nipples bad.
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That's what I thought. And consider selling your shares, as well!
It's too early to sell. Wait for the dead-cat-bounce - then sell.
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Greetings. ...Thanks for your consideration.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/206059773312634
It was thoughtful to set up this resource.

While I refused to participate in Facebook from the early days, it's a shame your thread was highjacked.
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... it's a shame your thread was highjacked.
Yes, we need to apologize to the OP...but the moment and the title of the thread are a little bit misguiding...anyway I apologize
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Are you sure you deleted it 7 years ago? I tried around the same time and I agree it was not easy - either to find out how to do it or to actually do it. What is more, years later I found out it was never actually deleted. It was only deactivated - my account was still there in the aether. As a "service" to users you understand. Just in case you ever changed your mind. (Cough)

Apparently it is now easier to do permanently (after pressure was placed on FB) and this article gives the link to do it.

https://www.theverge.com/2018/3/20/1...t-data-privacy
Positive. It took a lot of work but facebook has been fully deleted and will stay that way.
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I had to have an account when the museum I was volunteering at requested it. As soon as I left the museum back in '09, I asked for it to be deleted, but likely it's still alive and well. I've never looked to see if it is still there, and threw away the password a long time ago.

And yeah, it is a strange time to try a start-up group on FB. You might not get many takers.

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I would check out the pimped out Fuji cameras if they were on Instagram or Flickr. I don't do Facebook anymore. It had it's purpose at one time for me.
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No Facebook for me. It was very strongly suggested I avoid it and all other similar social networking platforms (due to my job and profession). RFF is the most "social networking" I do. I hope RFF hasn't leaked my photo interest information to some shady political thinktank . Perhaps soon I will start receiving targeted ads for large-format developing tanks or high-speed 50mm lenses

I think its possible to visit Facebook pages of others even if you don't have a Facebook account? Not sure because its highly discouraged for me so I don't attempt it. However, I've seen others do it. Perhaps the page(s) is limited if you're not a FB member? Maybe folks can still visit the Fun Fuji Facebook Page even without a FB account?

Regarding the OP. I think its a fun idea to have a site to share "pimped out" Fujis. That's an idea many here at RFF can understand However, the only Fuji I have is a lovely old Fujica 35EE, a Fuji LF lens, and many rolls of Fuji film (mostly 135). None of these are "pimped out".
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Greetings. For anyone who is a member of Facebook, I created a new FB group called "Pimped-out Fujifilm-X" because I thought it would be a great place for us Fuji lovers to post images of how we have accessorized our beloved Fuji gear. Since my switch to Fuji about 4 years ago, I am always looking at ways to improve the usability (and looks) of my gear. I have found sporadic posts all over the internet that depict how others have.[/url]
You mean other than taping over the name and model number?
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Suggest turning off "Platform" in your Facebook settings. Much data is already "out" and can't be retrieved, but it gradually goes stale. Turning off "Platform" guards against the kind of thing that created the current mess by turning off "Apps."

Here's the instruction page.
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It is actually quite easy to do so.
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My girlfriend and I have been trying to delete her facebook account for ages, and so far nothing works. Facebook is evil. I can't stand that oh-so-smug owner of theirs.
When I opened my Facebook account I put false information about myself in hopes of fooling anyone who might want to use it. I periodically change it as well and honestly only use it as a platform to show an occasional vintage photo. I feel it's a huge waste of time and only get on there three or four times a year.

I agree, it's evil and a huge waste of time. I don't have a twitter or any other social media account and feel the same about them.
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I add that I do not like when together with other people, for instance a dinner with a group of friends they take a photo of me to throw it with tagging (name) on FB . Unfortunately it's a common behavior...still I do not like to be on somebody else FB with tagging, name, place, date, etc

I know, I'm very antisocial

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I add that I do not like when together with other people, for instance a dinner with a group of friends they take a photo of me to throw it with tagging (name) on FB .
I don't like that either. If you're a FB member (IE, if the FB software recognizes your face), it'll tag you automatically even if the other person doesn't. That's just creepy. Fortunately, if you've never been a member there their software doesn't recognize you so it can't tag you.
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I find FB very useful and informative.

Keeps me in regular touch with friends and family and allows me to distribute pictures to a wide number of people easily and quickly.

Keeps me up to date with events and schedules in the equestrian world which would be virtually impossible to do if FB didn`t exist.

In short its pretty fundamental to the way I operate .

I`m rarely tagged in a photo and I`ve never felt the need to advertise my location at any given moment so I don`t feel that there`s a problem.

As regards data mining I`ve always avoided those mock analytical tests which pop up from time to time .... always seen them for what they are.

If you don`t find a use for it there`s no reason to be on it but ,to be honest, I do find it hard to understand the depth of antipathy.

I think a lot of it as far as the media is concerned may be politically motivated.
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I used Facebook in the early years to stay in contact with family primarily and with some friends. I mostly shared photos of my kids doing all the things they did. But as our kids grew older, and family and friends kids did as well, I saw less photos of the kids and instead more shares of memes. ugh...
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No not missing the point at all
I think that if you consider those outputs have arisen simply because of data mining rather you have missed the point .

You have though rather confirmed mine .
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sorry for derailing your thread, silentp! i'd join the group if i wasn't deleting facebook at the end of the month.
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I enjoy Facebook and I don’t worry about what they do with stuff I post.

There are a lot of places I could cull information about many topics, including most people, without Facebook.

If you are going to be on the internet, you have exposure and you have history on servers in many places. Even if you’re not on the internet, somebody, someone has done a task with your name on it and it’s being electronically stored.

I’m not doing anything illegal or trying to procure information on certain people, trying to use it for gain of various sorts.

It would be awfully hard to be absent from the intenet, unless you live in ways that you don’t get involved with anyone anywhere. You just gotta proceed with caution, trying not to get duped.

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I find FB very useful and informative.

Keeps me in regular touch with friends and family and allows me to distribute pictures to a wide number of people easily and quickly.

Keeps me up to date with events and schedules in the equestrian world which would be virtually impossible to do if FB didn`t exist.

In short its pretty fundamental to the way I operate .

I`m rarely tagged in a photo and I`ve never felt the need to advertise my location at any given moment so I don`t feel that there`s a problem.

As regards data mining I`ve always avoided those mock analytical tests which pop up from time to time .... always seen them for what they are.

If you don`t find a use for it there`s no reason to be on it but ,to be honest, I do find it hard to understand the depth of antipathy.

I think a lot of it as far as the media is concerned may be politically motivated.
Ditto to all the above... In short, Facebook benefits my social life and interests rather than detracts!

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I find FB very useful and informative.

Keeps me in regular touch with friends and family and allows me to distribute pictures to a wide number of people easily and quickly.

Keeps me up to date with events and schedules in the equestrian world which would be virtually impossible to do if FB didn`t exist.

In short its pretty fundamental to the way I operate .

I`m rarely tagged in a photo and I`ve never felt the need to advertise my location at any given moment so I don`t feel that there`s a problem.

As regards data mining I`ve always avoided those mock analytical tests which pop up from time to time .... always seen them for what they are.

If you don`t find a use for it there`s no reason to be on it but ,to be honest, I do find it hard to understand the depth of antipathy.

I think a lot of it as far as the media is concerned may be politically motivated.

I agree totally here also. The data mining wasn't a deliberate act of subversion on facebook's part, more to do with an app developer who managed to bypass the system and fb has admitted it's error and is making changes.

And people who jump into the kitschy surveys and questionnaires that are there need to be aware of what their intention actually is. The instant you do those things they install an app into your profile which if you understand the way facebook works can be deleted manually straight away.

Facebook is part of the problem here but not the whole problem.
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here’s a good article on the pros and cons, and caveats, of deleting your facebook account:

https://www.theguardian.com/technolo...d-our-accounts

and another on how facebook’s business model is a real problem:

https://mobile.nytimes.com/2018/03/1....facebook.com/
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It may of helped , I don`t have a problem with that or the outcome but I don`t think it was significant.
There were far bigger factors at play.
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