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I like the cut of that man's jib.
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Via different channels I got the same question :
Did you get your 5 dollars back?

It’s not a secret, that I got this question as well:
Did you really delete the data as requested? Can you sell it to me … /can you share it with me?/

Well the truth is, I don’t want my 5$ back, especially not from Facebook.

And yes, I deleted the data…but maybe, just maybe I’ve deleted the data the same way Facebook deletes users’ data when he/she wants to delete his/her account…

What do I want?
I want Facebook to start removing entire user data after pressing “Delete my account”.

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This was part of Bogomil's blog post about a weird phonecall he got from Facebook asking him not to talk about what happened or the phone call he was now receiving.
Instead, he added the details of that phone call to his blog, and linked to it in the blog post about what had happened.
That's integrity.

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I like the cut of that man's jib.
Emphasis added.
This was part of Bogomil's blog post about a weird phonecall he got from Facebook asking him not to talk about what happened or the phone call he was now receiving.
Instead, he added the details of that phone call to his blog, and linked to it in the blog post about what had happened.
That's integrity.
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LOL loved the bit about the deletion of the data.
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if you read the other blog post linked in his blog it appears to be a 3rd party app that accesses the user's information and throws it in a database. this isnt someone from facebook hq leaking info out.

FB is probably just tracking which developer this came from for legal action.
 
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