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Delete Me: An Argument Against Facebook

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Delete Me: An Argument Against Facebook details how Facebook users are lured into using the network and then decieved into sharing large amounts of information about themselves and their contacts. This collection process raises a number of questions such as how did Facebook get here, what role does it play in government, and where is it headed? The text sets out to answer ...more
Paperback, 338 pages
Published August 26th 2013 by Ronald Read
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John Allen
Jan 05, 2015 John Allen rated it it was amazing
Ronald Read's "Delete Me: An Argument Against Facebook" is eye opening to say the very least. He obviously did his homework, collecting study after study about how Mark Zuckerberg and his organization have constructed a horribly brilliant medusa of a website which ended up ensnaring almost all of the American population (and most other countries, as well.)

Facebook's persistence and terrifying success in eliciting from the user an undying loyalty isn't quite a matter of any diabolical genius as i
Ronald Read
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