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    Privacy? Forget it, we're all celebrities online now

    With the advent of the Internet into our everyday lives, where can you draw the line between privacy and public information? With the recent controversy over Snowden's leak of NSA information, how does social media play into privacy?

    http://www.cnn.com/2013/06/12/tech/social-media/internet-privacy-divide/

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    lso a good follow-up article by VICE, because I tend to favor their gonzo-style journalism a bit more than the big box media

    http://www.vice.com/read/the-fbi-wants-to-wiretap-every-us-citizen-online?utm_source=vicetwitterus

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    ny thoughts on social media and privacy issues in today's digital world?

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    No privacy

    There is definitely no privacy in today's digital world. You have to provide all kinds of information in order to be able to sing up for something and those information become available to everybody and anybody. I think that we should always skips the steps of including personal information on sites because even though they say they are private they are definitely not.

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    Privacy has disappeared due to internet

    Privacy has largely disappeared from our society due to technological innovations. Internet has truly converted the world into a global village where each and every person knows about others. And sadly this has destroyed the entire social fabric and understanding of life. In one way internet is changing the society by connecting everyone to a vast human grid where we can peep into another persons life without any consequences. What more people are themselves willing to share each and every moment of their life on the biggest surveillance machine ever invented known as Facebook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamzah Qutub View Post
    Privacy has largely disappeared from our society due to technological innovations. Internet has truly converted the world into a global village where each and every person knows about others. And sadly this has destroyed the entire social fabric and understanding of life. In one way internet is changing the society by connecting everyone to a vast human grid where we can peep into another persons life without any consequences. What more people are themselves willing to share each and every moment of their life on the biggest surveillance machine ever invented known as Facebook.
    I am agree with your answer

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