Facehook: Ads You Like It (Or Not)

From our Two Steps Forward, One Step Back desk

Facebook vampire Mark (Data) Suckahberg is at it again, now messing with your  messaging feature, described here in typical Facebookese.

Translation for the Facebook-impaired, via PR Newser:

Facebook-640x290Facebook To Let Strangers, Brands Send You Paid Messages

Today brings yet another reason for Facebook’s billion-plus users to get their collective knickers in a bunch. In its latest attempt to catch the white whale we call “revenue”, Facebook announced changes to its messaging feature: the network will soon offer a pay-per-message service to test audiences before making it available to all users.

The changes also include new inbox filter options: by choosing the “strict filter” option, users could automatically send messages from non-friends to the little-seen “other” folder…unless said parties pay up . . .

Read the rest at Sneak Adtack.

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