that'll get you a lot farther with their trackers about the web.
*slinks back into the lurking darkness*
On Fri, May 20, 2016 at 12:04 PM, Harry <harry@???> wrote:
> On 05/20/2016 03:49 PM, Caleb James DeLisle wrote:
> > I accept that there are reasons for some people to use FB to reach
> > an audience
> I don't.
> From my /etc/hosts file:
> This helps a little, but i'm sure it's not enough. Just a quick 'hack'.
> I would like to have a solid way to never ever connect to a facebook
> machine, ideal would be to install a package on my os that does all the
> apt-get install facebook-neverevernomore
> something like that.
> If take a look into my repository, i find a lot of libs and tools to
> _CONNECT_ to facebook, none to prevent it.
> Did the great RMS just die, and nobody cares? Is the situation _REALLY_
> this bad? I refuse to believe it. I'm with the 6.000.000.000 people not
> on facebook. We are still the mayority!
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Jacob Taylor (@Aranjedeath) https://explodie.org/
Chapter Vice President, Sigma Iota Rho
World Affairs Council Singleton Scholar
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