Originally Posted by Joshua Nightshade
Well, at some point some common sense has to come into play. People are responsible for themselves and if you decide to add your boss to Facebook then complain about work, or demonstrate that you're slacking off while you're supposed to be working, that will resolve itself on its own really.
I avoid adding certain people (friends, family, coworkers) or I add them and restrict what on my profile they have access to. I don't mind my mother seeing photos I've added of a vacation, but I don't want her leaving comments where people from work or SL are going to go "um your mom is on Facebook dude." You can still set up those walls and place people into groups and restrict what they can see and comment on, although most people don't care and leave on the defaults until they realise why that's not a brilliant idea.
I don't disagree with you here, but I also don't see what this has to do with this issue.
Okay. I was confused because I didn't see anyone arguing against the points you were making at all, and as I'm really the only person here defending Facebook disabling SL accounts I didn't know who you were referring to.
Thanks. Well, the problem with using the Facebook settings to try to divide people up is that then Facebook goes and changes them - which they did shortly after I signed up, and now I totally distrust them to not do it again. So I limit who I can friend, but that's NOT how Facebook was designed to be used.