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Opinion: The Death of Privacy, Part Three [Guest Post]

More thoughts and reflections on the digital realm from Paul Levy, founder of CATS3000 and Rational Madness. First posted under The Death of Privacy at Digital Inferno. This is about being more conscious with privacy. The problem of social media platforms with their default “public” settings and their clever terms and conditions that few of … Continue reading

How-to: Find Other Messages in Facebook

“Why didn’t you reply to me messages? Didn’t you see the notification? You rude son of a -“ As a friend of mine reminded me last month, Facebook filters your messages all the time, so you may not get a notification. It may not be that obvious to you. Go to the messages pane and … Continue reading

Opinion: The Death of Privacy, Part Two [Guest Post]

More thoughts and reflections on the digital realm from Paul Levy, founder of CATS3000 and Rational Madness. First posted under The Death of Privacy at Digital Inferno. Many corporations and social media zealots are attempting to link openness with a kind of moral duty in all of us to heal humanity by taking down the … Continue reading

Opinion: The Death of Privacy, Part One [Guest Post]

More thoughts and reflections on the digital realm from Paul Levy, founder of CATS3000 and Rational Madness. First posted under The Death of Privacy at Digital Inferno. In the Digital Inferno, privacy is one of the major battlegrounds between individual and corporation. It’s a war taking place largely without the conscious and active participation of the majority … Continue reading

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