I'm mostly tired of hearing about how it's less and less private all the time. They're selling our data to everyone and you constantly have to update your privacy options to stay (a little) private. Fortunately, I have a geeky (and I mean that in the best way possible!) friend who is up on all that stuff and always posts warnings.
All those apps? I used a few in the beginning, but it really creeps me out how you get a message like this anytime you accept a hug, or flowers, or a button, or some other virtual doodad:
Allowing Hugged access will let it pull your profile information, photos, your friends' info, and other content that it requires to work.
I mean, really? It needs my friends' info, too? I stopped using those a long time ago and block the apps as they come in. So, sorry, if I didn't accept your box of chocolates, tattoo, or hug, or whatever! No offense intended.
Lately I've been considering the call to quit FB. Here are 10 Reason Why You Should Quit FB, too. I can't imagine it's going to happen. It is a very easy way to keep up with family and friends who are far away. Even the ones close by.
I mostly worry about how much information is out there on my children. Young people don't seem to have the same concerns about their whole lives being available to the world.
What are your concerns about Facebook??