Fwd: GNU hackers discover HACIENDA government surveillance and give us a way to fight back
markr at signal100.com
Fri Aug 29 10:04:54 CEST 2014
On 27/08/2014 11:16, Jason Antony wrote:
> What can't be controlled is when people who know you give out your
> personal details on social networks.
> It could happen because they may not see anything wrong with it, they
> may be tricked into it [games/surveys], or they wish to harm you.
This is true and it's a good point but, as MFPA points out, it's not a
new threat in principle.
I think the key point still remains that what one shares with the world
is very much under one's practical control, if one only remembers it.
Social interaction inevitably involves some extent of information
sharing, and always has, but that doesn't mean that privacy (and all the
nuanced concepts that are contained within that word) has somehow
evaporated the first time you communicate with someone, or travel
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