But today I was pleasantly surprised! For a while now, Pandora has been integrating with Facebook, whether it was sharing a song on your Wall or accessing your "Favorites". I didn't use this feature before, but I must say... I like it! This is what Facebook Integration is all about! When I put information on Facebook and then connect a service to it, I don't want to input the same information again into that service. Some may feel they don't want to allow services to access their Facebook information, so then don't let it. But when I do allow services to connect to my Facebook account, I expect it to benefit me in some way. Pandora did just that.
So where is Pandora getting this info? Right here! And that's all they use. Sure they have access to more of your info, but what are they going to do with it? For the best web experience, Facebook can be a huge asset if you thoroughly fill out your information in your profile. I'm honestly not real concerned about someone knowing my interests, sex or age. They can get the same information off yellowbook.com. Really. Look up your parents!