Facebook, by virtue of its sheer size and scope, is often the first to run into issues that the rest of the social web will need to address sooner rather than later. To its credit, Facebook seems to be trying to address these issues in a way that protects their short and long term . . . → Read More: Redefining and Standardizing ‘Ownership’
Flickr deleted a popular photographer’s collection. Thomas Hawk reports this eviction from start to finish. Arbitrary justifications, no notice, no appeal, no ability to restore the photos, deletion of third-party intellectual property (thousands of comments). It seems the justification was without merit.
Does your city give landlords this much power?
Should you have . . . → Read More: Graceful Exit: Yahoo!’s flickr evicts Shéhérazade
Excerpt from a tragic exit, a story of online eviction from Facebook, without notice, merit, or recourse:
All was definitely not well.
Facebook obliterated Nakedjen.
Obliterated. Deleted. Made me disappear.
And they did it without any warning or even a simple email telling me that I had done something wrong.
My email to them . . . → Read More: Graceful Exit: facebook evicts Nakedjen