ETHICS: Privacy and Anonymity

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  • John Smith John Smith: How are you this fine evening? Me: Nothing much. John Smith: Hey, what's your address? I wanna send you something.
  • Umm....
  • Privacy and Anonymity is about concealing your identity and keeping your private content safe within your hands.
  • Anonymous Anonymous: How are you this fine evening? Me: Nothing much. Anonymous: Hey, what's your address? I wanna send you something. Me: Sorry, but I shouldn't give out my personal information like that. Plus, we just met.
  • Anonymous
  • John Smith Me: Nothing much. John Smith: Hey, what's your address? I wanna send you something. Me: Sorry, but I shouldn't give out my private information like that. John Smith: Why?
  • There are many examples of privacy and anonymity, one of them being the internet where many people use it for many different reasons such as messaging, for business, or to advertise.
  • Anonymous Anonymous: How are you this fine evening? Me: Nothing much. Anonymous: Hey, where do you live? And what school do you go to? 
  • Anonymous
  • Seriously?
  • Speaking of privacy on the internet, what would you do if someone you didn't know asked you something personal online that you did not feel comfortable to answer?
  • Anonymous Anonymous: How are you this fine evening? Me: Nothing much. Anonymous: Hey, what's your address? I wanna send you something. Me: Sorry, but I shouldn't give out my personal information like that. Plus, we just met.
  • Anonymous
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  • John Smith Me: Nothing much. John Smith: Hey, what's your address? I wanna send you something. Me: Sorry, but I shouldn't give out my private information like that. John Smith: Why?
  • On the internet, almost everywhere you go can get tracked and analyzed, leaving a digital footprint behind on every website you go to.
  • You have the right to remain anonymous online everywhere you go. Anonymity is suppose to be about your identity and it is your choice if you want to remain to yourself when surfing the web.
  • Keeping your personal information is under YOUR control, it's up to you if you want to release it or not, but remember, there is always consequences. You never know what someone might do with that information, it could even ruin your life or career. Privacy starts with you.
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