In the age of cloud computing, technology companies decide which programs users can load on to their smart phones, while Facebook sells personal data to other companies to use. Internet users need to swim against the stream if they want to protect their privacy.

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Created by akf 7 years 3 weeks ago – Made popular 7 years 3 weeks ago
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7 years 3 weeks 3 days 19 hours ago


Twittering twits

It's great to see RMS got this warning on mainstream media like Spiegel.

If your main ambition is to plaster Facebook with your mugshot while twittering how you had coffee at Starbucks, then you'll probably enjoy floating around in the Clouds with all the other twits.

Anyone with even remote interest in the security of their data should leave the Cloud strictly as a habitat for the twittering-classes.