The Realities of Digital Privacy

If Digital Privacy is One of Your Concerns, Know How You are Giving it Away

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Nov 19 · 6 min read
The Realities of Digital Privacy | Digital Privacy 101 | Digital Privacy
The Realities of Digital Privacy | Digital Privacy 101 | Digital Privacy
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So, You have Nothing to Hide

The selfie with your friend you have posted on Instagram can expose him/her, without their consent. We can not ignore the role we play here.

“Noting with deep concern that, in many countries, persons and organizations engaged in promoting and defending human rights and fundamental freedoms frequently face threats and harassment and suffer insecurity as well as unlawful or arbitrary interference with their right to privacy as a result of their activities” — Extracts from UN resolution (2016)

Privacy should be a norm when everyone is tracked, monitored, censored and prosecuted.

Before We form Opinion about Big Techs

Yes, they (probably) know you are reading this article.

Defend your Privacy

Digital Privacy | Digital Privacy 101
Digital Privacy | Digital Privacy 101
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Amazon does not need to know your DOB. Facebook does not need to know your current location. A random website, does not need to know your current address.

Relying alone on the legislation is not enough!

“The struggle itself towards the heights is enough to fill a man’s heart. One must imagine Sisyphus happy.“ — Albert Camus

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