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webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote on 2012-05-06 23:53:

The only thing you need to do is make sure the people who want to "slam"
LO are kept away from adding their "ideas" to LO's Facebook environment.
I do not use the social media, so I do not know the ins and outs of

it's a bit of a problem to get all the channels together. There are also lots of comments in our blog, but having "TDF officials" replying to all of them is a time problem. However, these channels give a great platform for many people, so we should keep them basically - just doubling efforts on each platform (like pages and groups on Facebook at the same time) don't make much sense.

them. But I do know that currently in the USA you employer can force you
to hand over all your social media account passwords or face being
fired. Some States and the Federal governments are trying to create laws
against this, but it is an uphill battle.

It seems to be a bit more relaxed in Germany, especially since TDF doesn't hire anyone right now, so I take this one easy.

Make sure you talk to your users before you make the changes.

That's why I put it out on various channels. :)


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