Emerging Information Technology Fall 2014
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Now i agree with you this is an evasion of privacy and it's very disrespectful, but is there any way we can prevent from this happening? Can we complaint about this to the government and tell them to STOP?
This makes me think about exactly how secure my privacy or even my rights are on the internet.
You make a great point when you say that the internet is a two way road. Its almost as though we have to keep looking over our shoulders because theres always someone watching.
After reading your summary, people should be more aware about what's happening how information is being taken from individuals around the world
for the fact that everything is straightforward and right to the point I agree with your opinion."It has definitely been an eye opener how much the government, companies and even other people have access to our privacy lives."
I agree with your opinion for the fact it sums up the whole article in one . You concentrated on the important parts and supported your opinion. Not going forth with giving extra information is the smart thing to do
I really liked this. You went in-depth into how any simple task says so much about us and I thought that was a great point to make. This is completely informative and I agree fully with the same statement that spoke to you. Great work.
Thank you, and I understand because even when I was writing this it made me thing the exact same way. social media is addictive and shows you who your or from the real world.
I like your view of Facebook, it has grown as a big site to a majority, but I also believe it extended far greater than Facebook as social media sites continue to come and go. I don't think anyone cares anymore about the information they post, from my perspective, in a lot of cases people post a lot of the information they do to express how active they are, who they're with out of a sense of popularity. Obviously this isn't true for all people. I enjoyed this and find it very informative.
I agree with what you said because everyone is struggling on what they should and should not throw up on social media like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and etc. But I like the fact that in the article it said that we use social networks to help define who we really are.
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