Open is as Open does
“They’re acting in their economic interests — there’s nothing evil about it,” he says. “But people who think that it’s some kind of move towards being open are just naive.”
While I initially cringe at the idea of my personality being aggregated via a service like Open Graph. I am more concerned that one company will have control over it, and that they may be able to lock it in to whichever partners Facebook deems appropriate.
I’m not a Facebook hater, in fact it has on occasion been a tremendous timesink for me, but for all the arguments provided in the net neutrality debate, why are there not the same arguments for opening up my social graph.