It’s a fishing expedition. Even if these guys show up in a European court (which they won’t, citing lack of jurisdiction), they won’t implicate their bosses. In fact, they can’t — they’d be disbarred for doing so, having violated attorney-client privilege.
Someone took a CRIZAZY photo of me last night and I just have to put it in my “CRIZAZY photos” album on Facebook. OMG, so excited. So, Facebook homepage. Click on the link to the “Photos” application in the left sidebar. Upload a photo (from my drive? wtf?). Hey, wait, that ended up on my Wall. Don’t want it there. I’ll click on it and add it to an album — hey, wait, can’t do that. Can’t delete it, either. Maybe if I go back to the wall … nope, can’t delete my photo from there, either. WTF.
Click “Profile.” OK, there’s a “Photos” tab. Same as the “Photos” application? Nope. Hey, there’s all the photos of me, and — wait — an album called “Wall Photos?” I didn’t create that. I don’t want that. Where’s the “delete album” link? There isn’t one. OK, click on the “Wall Photos” album, maybe it’s there. Nope! “Edit Photos” link. Ahhhh, there it is. “Delete Album” is under “Edit Photos.” That makes … sense? Eh. But I don’t want to delete just yet, I want to move my photo into the proper album, first. Hmmm, not an option. Go into the album where this should have gone in the first place, now I can add a new photos. There. Now go back and delete the other photo. Jesus.