Mr. Mark Zuckerberg
I love my friends at Facebook but could you please implement some changes in the permission settings so that I can have the option to manually approve each photo that they’re tagging me with before they get published as my picture?
Logging in to my FB account often cause me some shocking surprises. There are times when I even thought my account was hacked because who would be interested in uploading pictures that have everyone but me on it to my account but hackers?
As I painstakingly remove each and every unwelcome tag and photo of bulging stomachs, breast enhancers, nipple creams, vibrators, ugly fat guy, dresses, bags, shoes and other products that make my profile look like a disorganized mall, I can’t help thinking how to prevent more incidents like these to happen.
I can’t delete my friends just because of those pictures (although “friends” who’d associate me with ugly faces, tout nipples, cup-E cleavages and other things I can’t mention because they border on the obscene has really got me thinking). I don’t want to strain our relationship by lashing at them too (not really lash but I guess that’s what somebody will think once I say “stop sticking my beautiful face to your ugly butt”).
I’m hoping you’ll understand why I’ve no other recourse but to bug you. I know that only you have the authority, capability and resources to implement these changes that will save my friendship (and my face too!)
I’m really looking forward to the implementation of the user permission settings for the automatic/manual posting of photo tags. I am sure that a lot of Facebook lovers who silently curse this photo tagging feature will love to see this change too.
Thank you and more power.
Note to the reader: If you agree with me, please share this post (especially at Facebook). My wish is for Facebook management to at least see it but who knows, the people involved may realize that their “harmless” advertising just turns off buyers (and even friends). The safest way is just to post it on your wall or profile. If people like it, they’ll look. If they love it, they’ll repost. Right?