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Whenever I download a new app, I tend to accept whatever demands it makes of me. This admission may make privacy advocates cringe, but such is the price of benefiting from whatever convenience these apps offer. 801 more words
It is my first time to publicize a blog, and for the last few weeks it has been a little difficult for me. I like to pretend that I am a very private person (as much as possible, I’d like to be unsearchable on Facebook and stop getting message requests, why can people you don’t even know message you anyway?), and so I have been on a quest these past few years to erase as much traces of me as I can on Google. 789 more words
Having a Facebook account, sharing pictures, flaunting vacations etc. is a very common practice these days. At the same time, I come across people who have Facebook accounts but do not share photos or tag locations due to the fear of leaking their private moments. 528 more words
In the wake of the Steve Stephens murder video and other viral video posts showing suicides and the beating of a disabled man, should Facebook be punished or penalized for not filtering this sort of content?
Prescott Valley, AZ Correspondent-Facebook should be penalized in some way for not filtering this sort of content, which has been going on for entirely too long. 1,500 more words