But first they want to tenderize it some, like those friendly farmers from Motel Hell:
Alana Joy, who started the Facebookprotest.com site organizing the June 6 event, said she is more upset about the way Facebook has made changes, rather than what's changed.
``Just because you post something online doesn't mean it's for the whole wide world to see,'' said Joy, a Los Angeles-based marketing strategist who doesn't use her full legal name online or professionally because of privacy issues.
Her biggest gripe?
``They also didn't explain them in changes that my 18-year-old sister and my grandmother can understand,'' Joy said.
Lior Leser, an Internet lawyer who actually writes similar privacy policies, agreed with Joy.
``The problem is they never really present what's happening,'' said Leser, who is with the Miami Beach firm Leser Hunter Taubman Taubman. ``How about, `Hey, we're a free service, but this is how we use your information to sell ads -- that's how we make money.' ''
Finally, to Internet lawyer Lior Leser -- I had no idea such a practice area exists btw -- will you be my friend?