At least for a while
(unless They start screwing up things again...)
We finally got an update
I'll copy/paste what they wrote (no cut, so everybody can read, sorry f-list)
We also wish to address your concerns regarding the following issues:
* Your journal cannot automatically connect to your Facebook and/or Twitter accounts: LiveJournal does not know your Facebook or Twitter identities unless you specifically add this information to your Account Settings. If you do not connect your accounts, you cannot cross-post entries or comments, accidentally or otherwise. Though you still see the cross-post checkboxes when you post, they are completely disabled and cannot be selected. Only if you specifically choose to provide your Facebook or Twitter connection information will these checkboxes become active.
* Cross-posted comments pull only the comment, not the entry content: If you cross-post a comment on another user's entry, only the comment you write will be cross-posted. No additional content will be cross-posted to Facebook or Twitter. That said, we recognize that, if someone decides to quote a portion of a protected entry in a comment, this will be cross-posted too. It is for this reason that we'll be eliminating the ability to cross-post screened comments or comments on Friends Only entries. While we cannot control user behavior and nothing on the Internet is ever completely private, we want to do our very best to ensure that your private content is not cross-posted without your express consent.
* Cross-posted comments contain only a link to the comment: When a comment is cross-posted, the Facebook or Twitter cross-post will include the comment itself (or a short snippet thereof), plus a link to the comment URL. The comment URL will contain the username of the journal in which the comment was posted. If the link is to a Friends Only entry, only the entry's author will be able to see the page when the link is clicked. Some of you have expressed concerns that, in the case of a Friends Only journal, the cross-posted URL would reveal the existence of a journal you intended to keep non-public. This is another reason we are removing the ability to cross-post protected comments. Once this change is made, only comments on entries that are marked public (i.e., 'Everyone') will appear in cross-posts to Facebook or Twitter.
This is a start but it doesn't solve the problem completely.TO MY F-LIST:
From now on, I'll be posting here only memes, random silly stuff and such and it will all be f-locked
, so no more public entries from me.
All my personal things will be posted at my Dreamwidth account
(if you wanna know about it, tell me and I'll give you a link, even if you don't have a DW account, you can read my stuff through an OpenId which I can add to my access list)