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"Pot calling the kettle black"!  Seems theres skeletons in OkStupid's closet. 
 
Doh!
Cofounder and CEO Sam Yagan donated $500 to a notoriously anti-gay, anti-abortion candidate.
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Facebook has won the social network war.   Googlista's may shout out loud.  Mark Zuckerberg has beaten Google to the number one spot.
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I'm anti Facebook!  My friends are pestering me to sign up.  Mark Zuckerberg's hold on internet users is scary.
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Facebook Wins!  None of my friends defected to Google+.
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Plus not a lot people are really on FB anymore
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Youtube user's view on G+ :)
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i am cambodia, and u?
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We won the battle.  The war goes on....  Rest Aaron.  Let us fight in your place.  My geek brother....

           Aaron Swartz - SOPA and The Day We Fight Back trailer.
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Please Google!  Don't give me any UK news.  One, UK news negative, incorrect.  Two,  anti tech.  Cheers Google.
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Mozilla user's view about "ad tiles".

"I didn’t know there were such great cynics at the Mozilla Foundation. Surely didn’t see this coming.
Putting aside the monetary benefits for the Mozilla foundation, I can’t see any benefits for any user at all. What’s the benefit of being manipulated from the start? What’s the benefit of the user’s data being send to a third partie not by visiting a website but just by starting a browser? (And how is this connected to Mozilla’s work of defending its users’ privacy?
“Directory Tiles will instead suggest pre-packaged content for first-time users. Some of these tile placements will be from the Mozilla ecosystem, some will be popular websites in a given geographic location, and some will be sponsored content from hand-picked partners to help support Mozilla’s pursuit of our mission.”
I suppose “popular websites in a given geographic location” will include Google, Facebook and Windows Updates? (I admit, all of them are well-known for respecting their users’ privacy…).
If Mozilla is seriously in need of many, asking for donations would have been a considerable alternative (Oh wait…you did…it’s just that you didn’t ask your users…well…maybe next time).
If you want to gain money through advertisements, it’s your choice. But when you start selling those tools of manipulation as well-meant “suggestions”, the whole story becomes quite a perversion. Microsoft and Apple have been doing so… can’t believe you’re imitating them now.
Well, I guess “non-profit organization” ist a quite ambiguous term. I guess, sometimes it’s the users who don’t gain anything."
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Mozilla has sold out!   On "Save internet day".  

Mozilla has decided to turn Firefox browser into ad billboard.  Teamed up with IAB.  In true "President Robert Mugabe" style, Mozilla employee's actively removing critiques.

Firefox users beware (Remaining users)!   Mozilla might beat you with an ad.  Robert Mugabe style!
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Mozilla has really screwed up!  Sheer anger, coming from Facebook, Twitter, G+, forums.   Has reduced Mozilla's reputation to "mud".

"You reap what you sow".
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The ad on that no internet user can live without.

https://adblockplus.org/en/safari
 
We finally checked off the last major browser! Safari users, you don't have to suffer from bad ads anymore, you can download Adblock Plus for Safari Beta starting today:
https://adblockplus.org/en/safari

#WeDidIt   #Safari   #beta
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Adblock seem cure that problem. I do remember a lot Chrome users weren't happy. 
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Yahoo has given Adblock Plus the best advertisement ever!
 
Banner ads are used to spread malware (http://us.norton.com/yoursecurityresource/detail.jsp?aid=banner). Share this image to help your friends stay protected with Adblock Plus!

As seen this week on Yahoo!
http://edition.cnn.com/2014/01/05/tech/yahoo-malware-attack/
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Shut up and start to block new tab pop-ups in torrents sites! Do your work in ANY site you dorks!
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