10. Jimmy J. Jazz - Facec÷mic: Internet is the supermassive black hole (the 13th of April, 2011)

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Everything you do or publish can be found in Internet for everyone, and it cannot be removed. This means that any text, pictures, videos, samples - even printed media scanned - can be leaked. I have personally seen this happen.

I posted to Internet News discussion groups some opinions in the 1980's, which have changed or which I'd like to share only with my closest friends nowadays in real-life discussions.

These are all now public readable for anyone, and I cannot remove these.

Seach engine companies like Google and Social Media companies like Facebook get their incomes by selling targeted advertisement to different customers.

The more they know about you the better business it is for them!

Next time you are to publish anything in any media, consider the content twice - and say good bye to it.

You don't own it anymore, but everybody else does.

#10 20.2.2011

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