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Pardon me…Your Wall Is Showing

Privacy in the digital age has always been a two way street. But if you’re on Facebook, you have new neighbors. Millions of them.

There is a hot debate right now about Facebook’s new privacy policy. On one hand, the added transparency should allow for relationships to develop and flourish in the digital age as our information is easier to access and navigate. But on the other hand, users lose the control over the context within which they do certain things. And by “certain things” I really mean “everything.” Continue reading

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