[AI] Should not allow applications to access your contacts:orkut - Rakesh wants to be your friend on orkut!
mkprasanna at yahoo.com
Mon Aug 30 10:14:01 EDT 2010
While joining a new application like Orkut, it asks whether it should pick up
your Friends from your Contacts/Address Book. Once you let it access them,
reminders, etc are auto-generated. You have then compromised on yours and your
friends' contact details. Some not-so-discreet sites may even share these
details with others. So each one of us has to take the trouble to add contacts
manually rather than let these applications share parts of our account.
Hope this helps stop the blame game.
From: mr.rakeshnegi <mr.rakeshnegi at gmail.com>
To: Rakesh Gupta <rkgd1964 at gmail.com>; accessindia at accessindia.org.in
Sent: Mon, August 30, 2010 3:28:51 PM
Subject: Re: [AI] orkut - Rakesh wants to be your friend on orkut!
I am unable to understand why we always see this kind of mail in regular
interval. Several time moderators asked to don't send this kind of invitation in
access India. This is not first time when we received such kind of invitation
mail in this mailing list. Members have discussed several time on this topic.
But I think people are getting bore while sitting that's why they send these
kinds of mail to make fun.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Rakesh Gupta"
<15566985214601544251 at mail.orkut.com>
To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
Sent: Sunday, August 29, 2010 1:17 PM
Subject: [AI] orkut - Rakesh wants to be your friend on orkut!
> Hi Goma,
> Rakesh Gupta (rkgd1964 at gmail.com) has requested to be your friend on orkut.
> To confirm or reject this request go to
> view Rakesh's profile:
> * * *
> To control notification emails, access your Account Settings:
> Rakesh getting on your nerves? Go to Rakesh's profile and click "ignore":
> Not an orkut user? You can block all orkut users from sending you these emails
>by visiting: http://www.orkut.com/Block.aspx?mt=11
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