How Do We Stop Over Sharing?

Many think that privacy policies are the key to protecting the things we post, like, and do online. But the key could actually lie in our own actions. For example, it’s good to know which actions will reveal information that you may rather not make available. But at the same time, restraint should be key. For example, just because sites like Facebook allow us to post just about anything we wish, doesn’t necessarily mean that we should. So perhaps thinking about other ways sites like this could be used, such as to post information about missing kids or animals that need adoption may do more for our privacy than we think.

This entry was written by RuthM , posted on Sunday September 22 2013at 05:09 pm , filed under high speed internet . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

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