Not at all. I think that if they can they SHOULD make money off of it.
I'm just saying that (and this applies to a lot of things online, due to the nature of how advertisers make money online and blah blah blah) I don't think a lot of the users realize that by using myspace and facebook and whatever that they're being consumers.
In another thread during the whole newsfeed fiasco of 2006, someone said "oh why are you guys complaining, facebook is a gift! why would you complain about a gift! just take what they give you! how do you think complaining makes them feel!".
I think that says a lot about how unaware users are. People just don't get that by adding Dane Cook as a friend and downloading songs to their page they're being consumers and they're being sold to (and again, CC users tend to be ahead of the curve on a lot of things so I don't think this applies to most people here). I have no problem with them making money, and I think it at least initially was a really inventive way to do so. I just think that it's slightly coercive.