OK, options so far (this is not the start of the official vote)
Also I think we still need two votes;
Vote 1; should we have a disclaimer at all?
A) Mandatory absence of a disclaimer
B) Optional disclaimer, with wording and placement to be decided by the folk who run the Facebook account
C) No disclaimer, but we should post comment on facebook privacy concerns regularly so people are reminded of the issue.
D) Disclaimer in a location less prominent than the 'about' description, to be decided by further discussion.
E) Disclaimer in the current location (in the 'about' description)
Vote 2; what should the disclaimer say, in the event that we have one.
A) "Some of the Pirate Party membership have concerns about Facebook and privacy as outlined here (link to an article about Facebook privacy concerns). Because of this we'd prefer you participate with us on our website rather than only on Facebook, so that all of our membership can feel comfortable taking part in the discussion."
B) "Since you're here, there's a good chance you're pretty tech literate and privacy conscious. You probably already know that Facebook's default privacy settings aren't very private, and you probably already know that whatever your settings, the privacy of your posts ultimately depends on the discretion of Facebook's admins. But we thought we'd mention it anyway, just in case."
C) "The Pirate Party of New Zealand have some reservations about the privacy implications of using Facebook (make this a link to an article about privacy implications of using Facebook). We're here because it's a way to connect with people who otherwise might not find us, but now that we have your attention we would much prefer you engage with us on our website at http://pirateparty.org.nz/
D) Current wording
E) "We think you're idiots" wording (If anyone votes for this option I think they're an idiot .. but I'll include it for the sake of completeness)