A Nifty Picture By the Famed Infographix Team
Who, what do you vote for? And do you care about YOUR privacy?
Facebook’s Zuckerberg wants you to relinquish your privacy and bare all.
But 4Chan’s Poole wants people to be able to communicate anonymously and thus, openly.
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I agree with 4chan. Having used Facebook for a few months now, most people take care with what they say, not revealing their true opinions, biting their tongues, commenting with reservation and forethought. This offers a modicum of propriety. But… is there really any genuine exchange of ideas and creativity on Facebook? Not that I’ve seen, so far.
BUT… if you have things to promote, pictures and chitchat to share, then Facebook provides the venue. But for the REAL DEAL, for the guts of the matter, for true REALITY, then Facebook is not your piece of Social Pie.
These days, privacy is becoming an archaic misnomer, an almost nonexistent relic from the past, a vague and flippant concept from the days of primal yore. After all, $29 will get you info about most anybody of note. The rich really have no privacy. Thus, to them, why should anyone else? So they continue to take yours from you. Do you mind?
But… most importantly… do you live your life walking on eggshells? If so, then we’ll never really know the real you. And thus, the real you will not ever be called to task, or be allowed true free expression.
No need to hurt anyone else… but wouldn’t it be nice to be able to speak one’s mind, still be loved and accepted, and then change if there’s need be?