Why We Trade Privacy for Facebook Likes

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Why We Trade Privacy for Facebook Likes

Post by Riddick » 11-20-2015 01:30 AM

Not only can’t we comprehend the extent to which we’re being watched, due to public-private partnerships, pushing back is nigh onto impossible. Still, the possibility of capturing a life in words, images, numbers, remains tantalizing to consumers as well as to the government. While the NSA collects metadata on our phone calls and emails, we sign up for Fitbit and Nest—the smart thermostat with a security camera add-on—in pursuit of self-improvement.

Legal theorist and author Bernard Harcourt calls what we live in an expository society: where privacy is no longer a core value and “all the formerly coercive surveillance technology is now woven into the very fabric of our pleasure and fantasies.” FULL STORY

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Post by Dude111 » 11-20-2015 10:35 AM

Not all of us buddy!!!

Alot of us STAY AS FAR AS WE CAN FROM THAT INTRUSIVE PIECE OF GARBAGE WEBSITE!!!

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Re: Why We Trade Privacy for Facebook Likes

Post by Doka » 11-20-2015 11:30 AM

Riddick wrote:Not only can’t we comprehend the extent to which we’re being watched, due to public-private partnerships, pushing back is nigh onto impossible. Still, the possibility of capturing a life in words, images, numbers, remains tantalizing to consumers as well as to the government. While the NSA collects metadata on our phone calls and emails, we sign up for Fitbit and Nest—the smart thermostat with a security camera add-on—in pursuit of self-improvement.

Legal theorist and author Bernard Harcourt calls what we live in an expository society: where privacy is no longer a core value and “all the formerly coercive surveillance technology is now woven into the very fabric of our pleasure and fantasies.” FULL STORY




So we are all "self-obsessed"? Pretty soon they are going to tell us the sky is "Blue". :mrgreen:
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