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Snapchat Allows You to Send Messages and Photos That Quickly Disappear | MIT Technology Review

Snapchat Allows You to Send Messages and Photos That Quickly Disappear | MIT Technology Review | Online Privacy | Scoop.it
Messages that quickly self-destruct could enhance the privacy of online communication and make people feel freer to be spontaneous.

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After reading the article answer the following questions:

 

What do you believe the floors are in a temporary social media application such as Snapchat?

What steps can you take to ensure your privacy whilst online?

 

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The Digital Self: What privacy means now | Digital Trends

The Digital Self: What privacy means now | Digital Trends | Online Privacy | Scoop.it
Privacy is dead, or so the saying goes. Thanks to constant tracking online, Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare, Instagram, blogs, and all the rest, we have all killed, or helped murder, the concept of privacy in the digital era.
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Is online privacy dead? Once our personal information enters the online world we lose all control over where it goes and who access it.

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