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facebook turns into "Lifestream", logging all realtime activity soon.

 
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facebook turns into "Lifestream", logging all realtime activity soon.
read the IT news today, surely you will get the news of fb's "developer" conference what to do next .. Facebook becomes the ultimate "life log" for all users soon. "Zuck" is to implement new software that displays your activites outside fb on a timeline viewable by everyone on fb, so they see where you are, what you do, what you had for lunch, where you were the day before, what you bought and possibly what you are going to do next based on your "logged" activities..

this now becomes so scary, every secret agency of the world would be proud to have such technologies in their hand.

The pervert fact is that fb users do this on free will and wont complain.. ?

Maybe you will think one minute if to delete your account on the lifelog machine if you see just one random screenshot of "Zuck" .. this is not doctored. figure out yourself and do the search yourselfes. :



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How is fb getting information about what I'm doing outside of fb? I can see how it could pick up on website activity, but is this saying it'll know when I go to take a shit on the toilet and post a status update on my page about it?
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How is fb getting information about what I'm doing outside of fb? I can see how it could pick up on website activity, but is this saying it'll know when I go to take a shit on the toilet and post a status update on my page about it?
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Everyone already logs when they take a shit
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Re: facebook turns into "Lifestream", logging all realtime activity soon.
read the IT news today, surely you will get the news of fb's "developer" conference what to do next .. Facebook becomes the ultimate "life log" for all users soon. "Zuck" is to implement new software that displays your activites outside fb on a timeline viewable by everyone on fb, so they see where you are, what you do, what you had for lunch, where you were the day before, what you bought and possibly what you are going to do next based on your "logged" activities..

this now becomes so scary, every secret agency of the world would be proud to have such technologies in their hand.

The pervert fact is that fb users do this on free will and wont complain.. ?

Maybe you will think one minute if to delete your account on the lifelog machine if you see just one random screenshot of "Zuck" .. this is not doctored. figure out yourself and do the search yourselfes. :



[link to i56.tinypic.com]
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Idk rather to laugh or cry
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Re: facebook turns into "Lifestream", logging all realtime activity soon.
"Open-Graph-Apps"..

for example apps like the "Nike + ipod" app, your shoe will be able to log where you have walked all day long and post that to facebook as soon as the device is online..

Open-Graph is a framework that more and more "offline" services can and will implement to cooperate with facebook status updates.

Bloodpressure devices could post how you feel, if you are stressed , in what mood you are and match with friends or even recommend health services via advertising..

The need to press the "like" button is no longer necessary when you use apps on your pc that can automatically calculate your "likes" and "dislikes" by behaviour.

For example your music playing app will post the top ten songs you listen to.

fb is going to cooperate with netflix for example, examining what sort of videos you watched..


the list of zucks wishes is endless., all scenarios like that.
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I've never had a Facebook.

Problem solved.

charlie
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I've never had a Facebook.

Problem solved.

charlie
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not.

Say I shoot a picture of the cityscape and you are by accident on my pic without knowing it. I go home, plug in my android/iphone/modern camera to my pc/mac.

it opens iphoto/photoshop/Windows Gallery/Picasa ( any modern picture app ),

the imported pic has all geodata embedded : what place,what street, what country, what time,what gps data ..

I make use of the built.in face-recognizers these apps all have. I tag me, my friend and so on. Your face will be untagged, because I can't answer the softwares question "who is this ? ".

Now I upload that to fb. My friends and their friends and friends of them start flicking thru my uploaded albums. Someone recognizes you, clicks on the pic and then facebook says "who is this ?" because it has learned from the prepared picture that there is a person still not tagged.


Now that somebody knows you ( or claims to recoginze you ) and simply tags you as "Billy Snider", et voila. the facebook starts to connect the name, the location data, the biometrical data and you find yourself in the big facebook hell without ever joing them.

Anybody can search for your name and your picture will come pop up.

The algorythm to detect faces is so advanced on fb, it is scary.Especially if pictures have been pre-tagged on the users pc before with the "already known" data. And as I say .. all consumer and professional apps and cams these days have such capabilieties.

Now, is this "problem solved" ?.. Some other might add your real email adress to such a pic. Then fb has your name, your face, your location. Still without ever been there.

Problem solved ?

Too easy.
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09/23/2011 02:22 PM
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I've never had a Facebook.

Problem solved.

charlie
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 814801


not.

Say I shoot a picture of the cityscape and you are by accident on my pic without knowing it. I go home, plug in my android/iphone/modern camera to my pc/mac.

it opens iphoto/photoshop/Windows Gallery/Picasa ( any modern picture app ),

the imported pic has all geodata embedded : what place,what street, what country, what time,what gps data ..

I make use of the built.in face-recognizers these apps all have. I tag me, my friend and so on. Your face will be untagged, because I can't answer the softwares question "who is this ? ".

Now I upload that to fb. My friends and their friends and friends of them start flicking thru my uploaded albums. Someone recognizes you, clicks on the pic and then facebook says "who is this ?" because it has learned from the prepared picture that there is a person still not tagged.


Now that somebody knows you ( or claims to recoginze you ) and simply tags you as "Billy Snider", et voila. the facebook starts to connect the name, the location data, the biometrical data and you find yourself in the big facebook hell without ever joing them.

Anybody can search for your name and your picture will come pop up.

The algorythm to detect faces is so advanced on fb, it is scary.Especially if pictures have been pre-tagged on the users pc before with the "already known" data. And as I say .. all consumer and professional apps and cams these days have such capabilieties.

Now, is this "problem solved" ?.. Some other might add your real email adress to such a pic. Then fb has your name, your face, your location. Still without ever been there.

Problem solved ?

Too easy.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1733218


um well nobody ever said you had to have an iphone either...
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09/23/2011 02:27 PM
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this is stupid and nothing to worry about. just don't participate. until theyre forcefully putting cameras in your skin or some shit the only way your privacy is violated is when youre a willing participant.