My thoughts on current state of affairs with social media and what you can do to remain in control of your data
Way back in 2004, one of the world’s largest soft drinks company pulled their “pure” bottled water product off the shelves because it had been contaminated
with bromate, a cancer-causing chemical. In July 2010, a major tobacco maker admitted
that child workers as young as 10 were working in tobacco farms related to them. Now in March 2018, a whistleblower (& thorough investigation) helped show that a data analytics firm might have abused data leak
from the world’s largest Social Network.
Moral policing is completely misunderstood in India. Here’s why…
Just considering the reactions of the Indian government during “certain” recent protests… I thought we are a Democracy! As long as our actions are within limits and not intended to harm anyone physically, I don’t see any reason why we should be policed (hope meaning is evident) in anyway!
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