Why teens and hermits won’t have privacy

Those who seem hell bent on the need for privacy may be most apt to lose it. According to Wil Harris, the prevalence of “Web 2.0” sites, with their virtually unlimited “connections” capability, are both a traffic attractant and potential privacy nightmare in waiting for their users.

Don’t ever let your teenaged child tell you to stay out of their room again, citing the need for privacy. They’re on MySpace for goodness sakes.

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