Disclosure of Information on Social Networking Websites
With a smattering of luck, many of us will successfully advance through our
lives without ever creating an account on a social networking site. Those of
us still toiling in the Neanderthal era, where one makes a phone call rather
than placing a text message, or authors a letter with pen and paper rather
than typing an e-mail, might ultimately lead richer lives. We still
experience the small joys of visiting the local post office, choosing
stamps, checking post marks from distant places, picking up the phone
without knowing who is on the line, and the spontaneity and utility of live
telephone communication. We are, however, living on the brink of extinction.
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