I am lucky enough to, as a good friend puts it, play the game of life on the easiest setting.

I am lucky enough to, as a good friend puts it, play the game of life on the easiest setting. If even I can see that the ID requirements are dangerous, then someone is being criminally blind to the consequences of their decisions.

h/t to Sephi PiderWitch .

Originally shared by Violet Blue

Medium contacted me about publishing this on their site ("Hi from Medium - We loved your piece"). Apparently it hit a nerve in their offices, and sparked "intense conversation." It wasn't an easy post to write.
https://medium.com/@violetblue/facebook-i-want-out-e1e891975531

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  1. As a bloke who got blocked from FB because he was not prepared to give them an image of his licence or passport to prove his ID, I totally get this..

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  2. A number of years ago, I had my Facebook account deleted.  No more problem.  Gained back two hours a day as well.  I've never looked back.

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  3. Scot Snow get thier email and skype address.  Actually send them emails and chat to them on skype.  When I got booted off fb I found my self actually making real contact with people who previously only rates a like or a two line fb message.. 
    facebook.. Keeping your buddies at a  arms length since you clicked it's ever changing EULA..

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