Play the privacy game

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8 Responses to “Play the privacy game”

  1. That_Anonymous_Coward says:

    I don’t FB, does this mean I win?

  2. Jake0748 says:

    Privacy? What’s that?  

  3. MrRocking says:

    By playing you have failed right?

  4. alesloan says:

    You can play against AI without loging in.

    I tried it, and it plays like dominoes.  If you were to remove the random text describing the nature of information associated with the piece you are playing, it becomes a simple game in which you play a rectangle with three numbers on it, where each number has a color. By matching the colors you earn score equal to the sum of the numbers. That’s it. I left it feeling confused whether this was really it, or whether there was some other motivation behind the game (perhaps see how many people log in through Facebook to play it?)…

  5. SedanChair says:

    That is not a fun-looking game.

  6. margaretpoa says:

    I refuse to use any online service like facebook that delves into my surfing habits and so forth. If I have to download a program for an application, they can forget about it. I was assaulted by a full page survey yesterday when I was navigating away from boingboing and I just kept navigating. People who I wast to know my habits already know my habits. I admit that I didn’t play the game. Those things can also be trojans.

  7. Varekai says:

     I’m glad to know I wasn’t the only one who got that survey page.  It seemed a very odd thing to encounter a re-direct here on boingboing.

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