The bottom line is that it isn’t just that most people don’t care about privacy, it’s that Facebook has intentionally architected their system to incentivize and promote that lack of caring. Facebook could easily design a very simple UI/UX control and set of workflows to give users granular privacy settings if they want them, but they intentionally made obtuse, confusing, and misleading flows to trick users into doing what they want.

Doublethink nails it again.  If only more legal eagles, wanker bankers, and golfing doctors blogged anonymously about how they really felt, the world would be a better place. (via gbattle) (via soupsoup)