You Have No Online Privacy

If you do anything online, you have no privacy. We had all better get over it. Our privacy is over. It will not return. As we search online, text, post, comment, purchase, receive, email, Facebook, tweet, ‘friend’, etc., we’re leaving a footprint that cannot be erased. How does this thought change the way we communicate? How should it change the way we communicate? If everything we say and do online can be traced and recorded, what kind of legacy is being left? Isn’t this reality, anyway? Especially as we approach a Final Day of Accountability?

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