By Dom Vaughn
At this point in time most people have to realize that utilizing technology like this means that you’ll just have to give up some privacy. Yes, the violation of privacy can seem appalling at first; I know I was dumbfounded, but in this day and age sacrifices have to be made. After many extreme controversies regarding privacy and technology surfaced throughout the past few years, people should feel less surprised with each new exposé. Although you cannot control whether or not a company gathers information on you, you can be wary of what information you dish out. If you find yourself paranoid about your information being leaked throughout the internet, then limit the amount of private information you give.
I feel as though a few decades from now, there will be virtually no privacy regarding technology. A true sense of privacy could only possibly be attained by growing a beard like Grizzly Adams, building a cabin deep in the woods, and living as though you’re Amish. Technology can be great, but there will always be repercussions regarding privacy or other factors; it’s truly a double edged sword.