If you are reading this, it may be because you have been to my Facebook page and found that it is no longer there.
I had been thinking about doing away with it for some time because of what seemed like weekly warnings about privacy from Kim Komando, who is also on Facebook. Although my wife insists that I can no longer be anonymous, I would still like a little bit of control over what information I share with the world, and trying to keep up with the seemingly constant changes Facebook makes over who can see my information and how they see it wears me out.
Then my account was hacked and that was the last straw.
This came on the heels of having to change the passwords of both of my email accounts because my provider’s database had been hacked. I still haven’t memorized the new passwords.
Facebook has gotten to be about as much trouble as it is worth.