This shouldn’t come as a huge surprise. Meta is moving forward with their plans for Theads and the Fediverse, and their adjusted terms reflect a new impending reality for Fediverse users.

  • Rikudou_SageA
    link
    English
    7
    edit-2
    10 months ago

    not because of any existing tangible evidence in this circumstance

    Oh, we’re defederating exactly because of tangible evidence that Meta steals every information it can about you. I personally stripped Meta almost entirely out of my life, I definitely don’t want them crawling back just because someone else wants to use Threads.

    And if you’re here and pretending to care about data privacy at least try to do the bare minimum in understanding how the Fediverse works.

    Oh, I do. I’m my own instance admin, I work as a senior architect and grasped the concept of Fediverse quite fast.

    • @Steeve@lemmy.ca
      link
      fedilink
      010 months ago

      not because of any existing tangible evidence in this circumstance

      If you’re going to quote me I’d appreciate if you didn’t cut out relevant parts of it to fit your argument.

      Oh, I do. I’m my own instance admin, I work as a senior architect and grasped the concept of Fediverse quite fast.

      The “you” in my comment was a generalized “you”, not you specifically.

      • Rikudou_SageA
        link
        English
        810 months ago

        If you’re going to quote me I’d appreciate if you didn’t cut out relevant parts of it to fit your argument.

        Sure, edited the comment to include it, it doesn’t change my argument at all.

        The “you” in my comment was a generalized “you”, not you specifically.

        Hard to distinguish.

    • @rbits@lemm.ee
      link
      fedilink
      -110 months ago

      It’s not tangible evidence, it’s an extrapolation based on Meta’s previous actions. I mean, it’s still pretty convincing.

      Although I do wonder if Meta would be able to get away with it legally. That might not stop Meta though.