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In memoriam of Online Privacy

Posted 02-20-2018 at 06:06 AM by JockB


The digital news as well as traditional write over and over, stuffing the headlines with terms like cyber, digital, fingerprints and what not. Majority of readers are not tech-savvy, and overhaul of decent news has hit the rocket speed, announcing no less but cyber-armageddon.
The new technologies surge with new assistant and companions that exist only in codes.
Truth be told we are aware that the once innocent and amazing Internet space has long gone and grew to be a residence of all sort of people. So why do they blame the Internet? It's not codes they should be pointing fingers at but humans. The crime will happen if we wanted it or not in the real world or the digital one. The ethic is at its point-of break. There are three lanes in the cyber world, the regular user, the dark one, and the somewhat light, consisting of the people who are not exactly keen to work for anyone, but they do not immerse in the dark stuff. The borders are getting tin and as always humanity looks at another struggle. The struggle is not with an opposite side, but with itself. The darkest pits of a person may arise or be extinguished completely. The only thing that keeps him from doing it is the motivation or lack of. A change of any kind comes as a solid rock as the years pass, and struggle grows harder. A human has always been its own enemy.
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