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Wired Editor: Concept of Privacy a "20th Century Idea"

The launch of the Facebook Home app has reignited the privacy debate over whether the social networking site is becoming too integrated in our lives.

Unveiled last week, Home integrates all of the social network's services into the operating system of Android phones. Instead of having to download apps to use Instagram, Facebook Messenger, and Facebook Camera, access to these features is consolidated into Facebook Home, which appears on the user's home screen.

Source: CNN. Read full article. (link)

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  • Bee Tagger||

    I think it's more that the concept of assumed privacy is a 20th century idea. There are plenty of people intentionally not using facebook or using facebook in non-revealing ways that can maintain a sense of privacy.

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