Ebert incident a reminder of Facebook's fatal flaw (for users)

Social networking giant removes film critic's page after comment about Ryan Dunn's death


Source: Facebook

For all the talk about how great Facebook is for personal, professional and business reasons, many of us seem to constantly overlook one crucial fact: Ultimately, we have no control over our Facebook pages.

Roger Ebert certainly was reminded of that earlier Tuesday when Facebook removed his page, apparently in response to complaints about a comment he made regarding the death of Ryan Dunn, the Jackass performer who died in a car crash early Monday morning. Just a few hours before he crashed his Porsche, Dunn had tweeted a picture of himself and two friends drinking in a Philadelphia-area bar.

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