Gina Alajar Demands Public Apology From The Buzz About Her Facebook

Gina Alajar Demands a public apology from The Buzz for showing her Facebook profile on TV. And here’s what was she said on Showbiz Central of course sa GMA-7 show:

"Iyong privacy ko was invaded," Gina said. "And to think wala akong ibang social networking except Facebook. Unang-unang sign-up ko sa Facebook, ang una kong pinag-aralan ay iyong privacy settings. Kasi ayoko talaga na kung sino-sinong nag-a-add sa akin hindi ko kakilala. Ayoko iyong hindi ako libre sa ginagawa ko. Ayoko din na parang may stalker ako na susundan lahat ng ginagawa ko. Kaya wala akong Twitter, e. So anyway, pag-sign up ko sa Facebook, e, nalaman ko lahat 'yan at ako pa nagtuturo sa kaibigan ko kung papaano magkaroon ng privacy settings.

"Now, I want to say na wala akong kaibigan—wala sa The Buzz ni isa sa kanila na nasa friend list ko. So hindi ko alam kung papaano nila na-access iyong account ko at papaano nila nabuksan ang profile page ko at ibinalandra nila sa show nila. Ngayon, nalaman ko iyon noong may nag-text sa akin na kaibigan ko at tinanong sa akin kung ano reaction ko sa ginawa ng The Buzz. Sabi ko, 'Anong nakalagay?' At sabi, e, iyong profile page ko. Sabi ko, bakit wala silang paalam?"

According to Gina, Jobert Sucaldito texted her saying, 'Sa paniwala ko po, ang "shout out" is making yourself public.' And Gina replied, 'Jobert, wala kayong permiso. Wala kayong permiso na ilabas iyan dahil 'yan ay private sa akin.'"


Ano ba yan??? Kahit ganung bagay kailangan talaga ng public apology? Internet kaya yun, so obviously anybody can access it, facebook pa. mas mabuti pa magpaturo siya kay Lola Techie, o baka naman gusto niyang gayahin si Lola Tachie? Mag esep-esep ka nga Manay Gina este Miss Gina Alajar.

Pag sure oi! Klarex! Baka Gusto niyang ma Poke!

2 comments:

orman said...

well if you ask me, at least magpaalam naman sila. hmp!

ianemv said...

I strongly agree with Gina Alajar. Here's an excerpt from Facebook's Privacy Policy :)

Facebook is designed to make it easy for you to share your information with anyone you want. You decide how much information you feel comfortable sharing on Facebook and you control how it is distributed through your privacy settings.

Even if Gina allowed The Buzz to access her profile it doesn't justify the program to publicly show her profile and any of her status / shout message. It is responsibility of Gina's friends to keep her privacy because in the first place they were the one given privilege to access. Therefore, I conclude The Buzz should really give public apology to Gina Alajar.

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