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As of this writing Facebook supports HTML5 video but is still using Flash for Safari browsers. Why? Who knows. (source) Works fine without Flash if you're using Firefox or Chrome. For now replacing the "www" with "m" in the video URL as described by Hjulle is the only workaround in Safari unless... If you enable the Develop menu in Safari (Advanced ...
Using http://SendToMyCloud.com, you can create an upload page for your Dropbox account, that allows users to upload directly to your Dropbox account without having an account, themselves. FWIW, this also works with Google Drive accounts, not just Dropbox.
Here is an extension that forces Flash on YouTube (tested on 02/05/2015). Also, to remove the annoying fullscreen message type in the address bar: chrome://plugins/, find: "Adobe Flash Player" and check the box next to Always allowed.
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