Privacy — Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid

My mother never had a credit card. Thought it outrageous that cable could charge for TV. I'll wager that very few people other than the Social Security Administration had a line on her personal information. The next generation doesn't have the same kind of privacy. Future employers can check them out on Facebook, MySpace and yes, through emails and IMs they wrote even in their unguarded moments. This begs the question how digital do you want to be? How transparent can you afford to be? The Foley page scandal in Washington proves again that anyone who thinks he or she can keep their digital communications private and protected would&hellip