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NPOV:Alabama Cooperative Extension System, written almost entirely by a news and public affairs employee at ACES, so needs some neutral eyes to give it a going-over to check for both neutrality, and layout/content inclusion, etc.
There are several new or unregistered editors who have been adding inappropriate content to this article. Please ensure that all information is properly referenced or verifiable to reliable sources. This isn't the place to be discussing disputes within BlogTV, unless they have been reported in (for example) a quality journal on internet culture or the like. Risker (talk) 04:28, 20 July 2008 (UTC)
the following was just tacked on to the bottom and I don't think it even warrants mention as it's repeating information already in article but if it does i don't think it should be at the bottom the way it was. this is what i removed
BlogTV has had many famous media stars broadcast including Shane Dawson, Michael Buckley, and many other youtube celebs. But BlogTV Junior is the version where kids from age 13-15 go live and chat with other Juniors. Some of the most known include xoAnnaxo, Crisper, & GlamourBolt. BlogTV is growing in the number of people who visit the site worldwide.—Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 03:18, 29 December 2010 (UTC)
That's a completely correct edit. Well done, get an account! —HalfPrice 12:50, 29 December 2010 (UTC)
No word about how YouNow forces people to use a / their Facebook account for merging the "old" BlogTV accounts to their shitty site?
The fact that you weren't forced to buy stuff or give away all your privacy (facebook .. with all your data in the US hint hint) was why I used BlogTV. And now all my data I had on BlogTV got sold to a company like YouNow (where privacy obviously isn't a concern) behind my back!? What the fuck .. seriously. And Wikipedia not having an article about YouNow doesn't really help the "reputation" any.
Registration: When you register to use our service via Facebook®, we receive certain information about you which you previously provided to Facebook. This information, as indicated during the connection process, includes your name, your 'about me' information, your activities, hometown, interests, likes, user location, your photos and videos, website, email, phone number, friends, online presence and other. This registration process is optional for YouNow users who only wish to view videos, but is required for users who would like to broadcast via YouNow or to use the site's more advance options.
Guess what? Migrating from BlogTV = new registration (in their eyes) = requires Facebook account = all of the above data to be just given to them. Pretty ridiculous.
The typos are interesting too.. "2. WHAT WE MIGHT DO WE THE INFORMATION COLLECTED"