It's not that I have something to hide, I just don't like people prying into my stuff or my family's and friend's.
tiltbillings wrote:Our information that we, like lemmings, freely put on there. They make massively big bucks selling our information we, in our slaphappy ignorance, put out there
Only if you insist upon using a particular defintion as being normative for all, which is not really a meaningful thing to do, but then maybe you are making a funny here.retrofuturist wrote:Greetings,tiltbillings wrote:Our information that we, like lemmings, freely put on there. They make massively big bucks selling our information we, in our slaphappy ignorance, put out there
In the scheme of things it's only ignorance if it constitutes aversion, greed or delusion.
tiltbillings wrote:... but then maybe you are making a funny here.
tiltbillings wrote:Now be nice. The snooping done by these companies is essentially turning us into products. The worst offendeer by far is Fecesbook which values itself at 100 billion US Dollars. (...)
Some folks certainly do put way too much personal info out there on such things a s Fecesbook, but the reality is that whatever info that put onto FB is open to mining by them in order to sell. That is how they are making their astronomically huge bucks. It is does not appeal to me to be used in such a way, which is why what little personal info I have on Faretbook is false.Ben wrote:Hi Tilt,
My perspective as an ex-Privacy Officer for a municipality is that there are some worrying . . .
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