Some of the terms in the New York Times site’s article were unknown to me:
Besides having learnt something more about terminology, in the article there were arguments galore about privacy violation in Facebook. I must admit that I’ve always been curious about functions of this program and once I’ve also felt uncomfortable when I knew that some friends of mine started to keep in touch with each other by using it much more often than to meet outside.
Initially, I felt excluded from that “world” but then I realized that if you want to be part of it, you must show yourself. This is a rule I don’t like much. Surely, every expert user of social network is well aware of the risk of disseminating personal information to large numbers of people, and this leads me to think that they have probably accepted the rule.
But what about the revealing and withholding of personal info? This question is also a sort of unease which seems to become more and more widespread. And you peers, what would you answer? Do you have Facebook?
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