Knowledge whispered is more valuable than anger yelled.”
~Unknown

The Death of Privacy

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TheGuardian has an article written by Alex Preston that’s long, but is an excellent and important read.  The price of a “free” website is higher than the general public knows.

A decade ago the Internet was a last bastion of freedom – anybody could post anything anonymously – but that’s no longer the case.  As technology becomes more complicated people are being corralled into thinking AOL and Facebook are “the Internet”, and the cost of that inflicted ignorance is very high.

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