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Regret Everything - Your Facebook, No One Cares [Click to continue reading]
While we will never be able to fully stop internet piracy, there is one fact that should reassure those who are scared of internet theft: most people do not give a crap about you.
This past week there was a surge of people who posted a swatch of legalese to their Facebook walls declaring their copyright to their Facebook walls. Unneeded for two reasons: 1) your copyright is implied automatically and 2) nobody wants your photos of your brunch. Honestly, it’s all yours.
People who are extra paranoid about their personal data being mined remind me of people who not only believe in past lives, but that they were SOMEONE COOL in a past life. “I was a priest in a past life, someone who guarded secrets,” my neighbor Nan would whisper when I collected for my paper route (I assume my collections were some of her few opportunities for conversation). “I still have that power.” Nan wore paper shoes, had a living room that smelled like glue and I presume never entertained the notion that in the past life she was someone who sat around wondering who she was in past lives. [Keep Reading]

Regret Everything - Your Facebook, No One Cares [Click to continue reading]

While we will never be able to fully stop internet piracy, there is one fact that should reassure those who are scared of internet theft: most people do not give a crap about you.

This past week there was a surge of people who posted a swatch of legalese to their Facebook walls declaring their copyright to their Facebook walls. Unneeded for two reasons: 1) your copyright is implied automatically and 2) nobody wants your photos of your brunch. Honestly, it’s all yours.

People who are extra paranoid about their personal data being mined remind me of people who not only believe in past lives, but that they were SOMEONE COOL in a past life. “I was a priest in a past life, someone who guarded secrets,” my neighbor Nan would whisper when I collected for my paper route (I assume my collections were some of her few opportunities for conversation). “I still have that power.” Nan wore paper shoes, had a living room that smelled like glue and I presume never entertained the notion that in the past life she was someone who sat around wondering who she was in past lives. [Keep Reading]

Guy Doesn’t Get Joke about Piracy
Shaun should really go to www.thisshouldexplainthejoketoyou.com 

Guy Doesn’t Get Joke about Piracy

Shaun should really go to www.thisshouldexplainthejoketoyou.com 

(Source: College Humor)