if, and that’s still an if, Facebook was complicit in this.
Instead, he began going to an Internet cafe — a move that turned out to be a costly mistake. The owner … said the blogger aroused suspicion by spending up to seven hours a day in a corner booth. After several months, a cafe worker supplied captured snapshots of his Facebook pages to Palestinian intelligence officials.
That quote makes it look like it was the internet cafe, not Facebook, who turned the guy in. I will be following the story closely. If Facebook was complicit, I’ll leave it and take as many friends as I can.
I’ll probably leave as soon as Diaspora is up in any case.