Let's look at your digital footprint: By next year (2014), humans will generate 5 billion gigabytes of data every 10 minutes. By any standards, that's a whole lotta data. I'm imagining a pretty immense cloud here.
Google Reveals Major Update to Search Algorithm Mashable Instead of simple keyword queries, Google is working to accommodate questions on par with what users might ask their friends off the Internet. (e.g.
Most teens use it for fun and games, to interact in a way they never could before on social media. Others, though, snap a revealing pic and send it, knowing it will be gone and, hopefully, out of view in seconds.
Francisco Restivo's insight:
Nothing just disappears in a matter of seconds! It's a lie!
Techlicious (blog) New California Law Lets Teens Erase Their Internet Footprint Techlicious (blog) Teenager with smartphone Teenagers are no strangers to making mistakes. I made plenty during my teens, and you probably did too.