Facebook: la risposta di Mark Zuckerberg

Ieri avevo scritto di come Facebook avesse modificato i termini di utilizzo del social network.

Oggi arriva la risposta di Mark Zuckerberg sul suo blog, dalla quale traggo i passi più rilevanti [quantomeno per me]:

Our philosophy is that people own their information and control who they share it with. When a person shares information on Facebook, they first need to grant Facebook a license to use that information so that we can show it to the other people they’ve asked us to share it with. Without this license, we couldn’t help people share that information

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When a person shares something like a message with a friend, two copies of that information are created—one in the person’s sent messages box and the other in their friend’s inbox. Even if the person deactivates their account, their friend still has a copy of that message. We think this is the right way for Facebook to work, and it is consistent with how other services like email work.

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Still, the interesting thing about this change in our terms is that it highlights the importance of these issues and their complexity. People want full ownership and control of their information so they can turn off access to it at any time.
At the same time, people also want to be able to bring the information others have shared with them—like email addresses, phone numbers, photos and so on—to other services and grant those services access to those people’s information. These two positions are at odds with each other. There is no system today that enables me to share my email address with you and then simultaneously lets me control who you share it with and also lets you control what services you share it with.

ok la spiegazione è chiara e, almeno limitatamente al contesto dell’invio/ricezione dei messaggi, ha anche un senso (e in questo non sono daccordo con il punto di vista di mantellini).

Vorrei però tanto sapere cosa succede quando qualcuno inserisce foto, contenuti multimediali, contenuti post di blog.
E ancora: da un paio di mesi girano filmati, presumibilmente presi da youtube, grabbati dai canali tv (rai1 e canale5 in primis), non è illegale come comportamento? E nella sua illegalità, questo contenuto dovrebbe divenire di Facebook per il semplice fatto che un utente l’abbia condiviso sulla piattaforma?

Le domande aumentano 🙁

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