Amy R. (brightknightie) wrote,
Amy R.

Now, About Crossposting LJ Comments

As many have said: I promise not to use the new LJ function that crossposts comments to Facebook and Twitter, and I would appreciate it if you would not use it on my LJ.  Thanks!

Further, may I suggest just never using it at all?  Of course the text of your own comments is yours!  You can copy and paste your own words as always.  But the new function cracks f-locks, identifies original posters, and makes it all too easy for a simple mis-click to expose people on forums where they may have chosen not to be, or where they may have an entirely different presence.  Some who don't care today will care tomorrow.  Naturally, it is up to you!  Thank you for considering it.

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