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Old 11-23-2012, 02:30 PM   #1
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LXer: Understanding The Importance of Privacy in The Networked World


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"Privacy has been a big topic as of late, which is unsurprising considering that we are living in an age of information; the time when access and sharing of information is easier than ever. This fact has enabled a kind of leakage of privacy; more and more of what used to be considered private is being shared with the world, or is much easier to obtain, even without your knowledge or against your will, than ever before."

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