Your Lack of Privacy on the Internet (1 pic)

Posted in PICTURES       29 Jul 2010       11859       9

Do you have any ideas on who is watching you while you are online? Find out more after the jump.

 


Your Lack of Privacy on the Internet (1 pic)


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GOODSTUFF4U 10 year s ago
also, be aware of "HONEY TRAPS" and "ENTRAPMENT" stuff
http://tinyurl.com/29dzjc9
       
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AnnaMolly 10 year s ago
So what? It seems like that's the same for everyone. Less privacy for everyone. If it's the same for everyone, where's the matter?
       
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Q 10 year s ago
AnnaMolly,

How does that make sense as an argument? If ID fraud is easier committed, but not just against you but against everyone, then it doesn't MATTER?

If not only your personal live is open to anyone one but everyone else's is also, then it doesn't matter?

If governments/corporations can use all our data as they wish (and they pretty much do it even if they by law can't) then it doesn't matter? Not even when it's used to track all the websites you visit (Google), to register ethnic populations by area and so give certain neighbourhoods and towns priorities over others, to register wherever you are at any time (CCTV), to create risk-profiles by judging what is normal and what is "abnormal" behaviour (US), to undermine about half of basic civic rights in a way not even China dares? It doesn't MATTER as long as it's not just you?
This is an extreme example:
Jewish people in the thirties eagerly got themselves registered as such because they figured the government they trusted or at least didn't distrust too much couldn't be replaced by one that couldn't be trusted ever. Maybe you feel your data is safe with outside-the-law-operating (e.a. criminal) organizations such as the CIA because they're not targeting you, but you don't know who's in charge in 20 years, do you.
       
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natcupcakes 10 year s ago
AnnaMolly I kind of agree. I understand what you're saying Q, but honestly, most of us are incredibly mundane individuals. If they really wanted to hire someone to monitor my calls, webpages I visit, etc, that person would be really bored.

People are so worried about their government spying on them, and watching every move they make, but they are willing to share everything about themselves with literally anyone out there on FB, Twitter, etc. I work for an airline and it amazes me everyday when I ask for info a person has used to book a flight, like a telephone number and their response is "Oh, I can't remember if I used my cell or home..can you look me up by my social security number, it's 159..."
       
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severe_009 10 year s ago
Scary facts
       
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Alkhoren 10 year s ago
i pretty much agree with natcupcakes, i don't see the problem about the lack of privacy of facebook. For two reason, i think if the governement needs an information about me (which isn't the case) they would have other ressources than facebook ! and as natcupcakes said, our lives are pretty much boring, and what the big deal if they know were single, we're gay or whatever, you tell those kind of things to people anyway so ... anxiogenous news for most , i don't care

And to finish, you can set your own privacy option on facebook so the graphic is false
       
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incognito562 10 year s ago
sigh.
       
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Ello 10 year s ago
I also second natcupcakes. Everyone I know that cares about privacy is so worried about the government or corporations tracking them. My one friend even punched the RFID tags out of all the cards he has, but his facebook profile is still set to public.

Also, Annamolly, it seems like you have a lot to learn about life in general. Just because you don't care about something doesn't make it unimportant, and the fact that it applies to everyone certainly doesn't make it good or right.
       
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4down2 10 year s ago
no where to hide...no biggy I hope they got the right pictures !
       
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