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Facebook offers easy commenting alternative

Spice Consumer (1367497) writes | more than 3 years ago

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Spice Consumer (1367497) writes "Facebook has just unvield a "...new system (that) lets website owners replace their current commenting system with Facebook’s simply by dropping in a few lines of Javascript." How widely adopted this new system becomes could greatly affect Facebook's already entrenched position on the web and further compromise individual user's privacy."
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... to ensure a commenter is a real person (1)

FtDFtM (873257) | more than 3 years ago | (#35389392)

Hmm. . . which FB id should I use to respond to this post?
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