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February 17, 2009

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ramakrishna

that's ridiculous. This will prove costly for the Face book if they cant edit the TOS .

sethu

they cant do that .....facebook s**cks

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Tom H. C. Anderson

Agree with the reaction to the new TOS, but felt the response by Zuckenberg was good. I posted about it on my blog yesterday, along with some tips for Facebook and other companies who may be involved in managing CGM. We've done a lot of work in this area, and these companies need to learn to trust their user community a bit more, if they do they can even be leveraged to keep moderation costs down etc.

Post here: http://www.tomhcanderson.com/2009/02/18/we-the-people-of-facebook/

Tom H. C. Anderson
Managing Partner
Anderson Analytics, LLC

Bill Ives

Tom Thanks for your comment and the link. You raise some good points. In the end they reversed themselves. However, I think the reason for the change was reasonable, they just did not handle it well. It is not the first time that they have done PR badly. I also think that people want to jump on them because they have been so successful. Bill

Bill Ives

Tom - I laos liked your blog and added it to my list. Bill

coffee

sounds like Facebook made the same mistake that Google made with their Chrome (web browser) end user license agreement

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