D&D on Facebook

Step 1

follow link

Step 2

app demands your date of birth, for no reason (one day … Facebook will stop being so ridiculous about this, and give the user power, rather than the advertisers. One day…)

Step 3

app fails to install (having taken your private data)

Step 4: tell them what to do with it

Bye-bye!

3 Replies to “D&D on Facebook”

  1. I’d of stopped at step 2 myself.

    (And er, what? There’s enough things I need to use that need flash…)

  2. Just to be clear: I’m running flash 10 (or is it 11?).

    Everything on every other site works fine – including the thousands of kongregate games.

    If there’s a new flash out, this seems to be the first thing using it

  3. “(one day … Facebook will stop being so ridiculous about this, and give the user power, rather than the advertisers. One day…)”

    This seems overly optimistic. I think Facebook has proved by now that the users are actually just the product — the companies advertising are the real customers. Businesses don’t typically make a habit of giving their products the power to avoid being sold.

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