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Does media and technology put our privacy at risk?

  • Media and Technology Put Privacy at Risk

    Yes, media and technology put our privacy at risk. For example, Facebook stores and sells much of the information that someone puts on it, thus violating their privacy. A more malificent example is computer keyloggers. These loggers record everything a person types in hopes of finding bank account information, thus violating privacy even more.

  • Yes, it can.

    Media and technology has the potential to put our privacy at risk. Much of it seems self inflicted because everyone posts, streams, tweets, now a days but aside from that it can as well. Hackers are great at accessing our information and learning quite a bit about us, so it can be at risk but unlikely to happen to many people.

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  • My supporting evidence.

    To the recent study's of how many people currently use Facebook or any other media is a great amount compared to the amount of people who got exploited of there privacy.There are 1.47 billion people who used social media in 2012 to 1.73 billion this year, an 18% increase and only 25% get exploited of there privacy and that was because they weren't safe using it.

  • My supporting evidence.

    To the recent study's of how many people currently use Facebook or any other media is a great amount compared to the amount of people who got exploited of there privacy.There are 1.47 billion people who used social media in 2012 to 1.73 billion this year, an 18% increase and only 25% get exploited of there privacy and that was because they weren't safe using it.


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