All Hail Facebook? Ed Krayewski on RT’s Crosstalk

I joined Russia Today’s Crosstalk for a segment that aired today. The topic, Facebook, is a bit lighter than previous topics I’ve come on for. I wrote about Facebook’s 10 year anniversary earlier this week, which you can read here, and you can check out more Reason on Facebook here. Watch the discussion, where I explain why you’re an idiot if you put something on Facebook you don’t want the government to see, and which also features the Libertarian Republic’s Austin Petersen, with whom I worked on Fox Business’ Freedom Watch now so long ago, and Clive Thompson of Wired and the New York Times, below:

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  • SugarFree||

    Ed, the pause screen on the video makes you look drunk. A real mean kind of drunk.

    I respect that.

  • BakedPenguin||

    It's Russia Today. They probably prefer guests who look drunk.

  • Paul.||

    Watch the discussion, where I explain why you’re an idiot if you put something on Facebook you don’t want the government to see

    Whaaaaaaat?

  • JW||

    Maybe I want the government to see it, but I want them to think that I don't, all the while, they're not sure if I want them to see it and then, after I delete it, they won't be sure if they ever saw it, or what they even know that I know.

    It's old triple-double cross.

  • Paul.||

    Sidebar: When is Russia Today going to hire a gay host?

  • CampingInYourPark||

    This one isn't?

  • Lyle||

    Ed loves being on authoritarian T.V. Talking nonsense as usual Ed.

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