Privacy in the age of google and facebook

  • Dwyer C
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Abstract

Google and Facebook look to be at best naive, and at worst inept, when it comes to managing data privacy.Privacy is a key protection for intellectual, polit ical, and religious freedom, as well as the dignity of the individual. We cannot underestimate the power of the online revolution unleashed by Google and Facebook, but we can not ignore the inherent vulnerabili ties their size brings to digital social databases.

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  • Catherine Dwyer

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