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2012 - The Year in Review - Technology and Privacy

By December 30, 2012

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Social media is a major part of our digital identity, but it certainly not the only aspect to be considered. Along with Facebook and Twitter, other communication formats have fallen under attack this year from law enforcement agencies in various forms.

WiFi, GPS, and most particularly cell phones have all made the news this year, sometimes in courtrooms, sometimes in a Congressional committee, and once in a while at the business end of a S.W.A.T. team. However it manifests, though, one thing has become irrefutable - how we see our privacy is changing, and those changes are not always under our control.

Comments
January 14, 2013 at 6:21 pm
(1) Roxanne says:

Hello!
Are you on Twitter? I’d like to follow you but couldn’t find the button!

my blog post – Roxanne

January 15, 2013 at 11:16 am
(2) Jake Stroup says:

I appreciate the thought, Roxanne, but I have opted not to use a Twitter account for the Identity Theft Guidesite.

You can, however, find my Facebook page by looking up “about identity theft” in your Facebook search bar. I have collected several RSS feeds to bring relevant information to subscribers without having to “blow up their phones” with Tweets.

Twitter has been brought back to the discussion table for 2013, though, so I’ll keep you posted.

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