So, Facebook changed people's default email addresses so that the facebook.com email address became the default, replacing whatever email the actual human connected to the email address had chosen as their default. And people didn't like that.
But Facebook is sorry, kind of, and they really kind of mean it.
A Facebook spokeswoman said Tuesday that "in hindsight" the company probably should have better explained the email switchover.
It's what you sign up for when you join Facebook.
At what point will people finally understand that Facebook cares about the details of what you do, who you do it with, and where you do it, but they don't actually care about you?
And now, I'm looking forward to the next event where Facebook plays fast and loose with user data, and then apologizes. If history is any indicator, we should have another good screwup and another faux-pology before the end of 2012.
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