1. Storify SUCKS! If you are a facebook or twitter user you have got to see it! I WAS UNBELIEVABLY SHOCKED!!

2. Storify users can see your secret conversations in groups on facebook and your posts on (twitter, facebook, etc.) All they have to do is write a keyword and THERE IS YOUR POST!! It's so unfair!!! I would not like for my post to be pulled in some random story!!!

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Storify.com is a useful tool for creating stories using multiple forms of content on the internet. Its unique function allows the user to search for keywords in other places on the web such as Facebook and Twitter, and then pull elements from those sites into a story. This means that any public Facebook post or Tweet can be pulled into someone’s story, regardless of whether the original poster wants it posted or not. For example, if someone decided to create a story about a football game and wanted to get some fan reactions, he could enter “Redskins win” into the search box. Any public Facebook post, any Tweet, any picture on Instagram that has “Redskins win” tagged will appear in the available content. The poster can then decide what is useful for his story and drag it into his timeline. Once it’s published, anyone reading the story will see what you posted or tweeted—without your knowledge. They can then comment on it or follow a link to the original content. Many people are unaware of this and may not want their content used in such a way. It’s a huge violation of personal privacy. Yes, the content was posted publicly, but were they aware that their content and pictures could be used in such a way? In most cases the answer is no. Storify’s terms of service states that “Storify helps you attribute content to original sources and access public APIs in accordance with the terms of use of those sources, but you agree that it is solely your responsibility to follow the terms of use of the sources that you place into your stories.” This means that they take no responsibility if a user uploads content that was not meant to be used in such a way. It is the uploader’s responsibility to make sure that what they’re using in their story is okay, but let’s face it: who reads the terms of service? Most people using Storify probably haven’t read the terms of service for Storify, much less the terms of service for other medias. Storify is a great tool but it is allows users to access information in an inappropriate way without the knowledge of most people. For this reason Storify.com needs to either change its terms of service, spread awareness about how your content can be used and accessed, or shut down completely.

WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THAT????????