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Lying without Lying: Cocoatech, Pathfinder, and the Casual Redefinition of Privacy


Beware the “we will safeguard your privacy” when the company doesn’t actually see they’re doing anything wrong.

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Redundant Array of Independent Duties


Diogenes discusses the notion that data protection schemes can be extended to a social commentary. Heavy centralization of businesses lead to economic instability and social unrest. Instead, Diogenes makes the case for a redundant array of independent duties, in that it is more resilient socially and economically to have many smaller to mid sized businesses in industries and cities than a few large ones.

Why Are The Snowflakes Angry?


Well, for one, because we’re referred to as snowflakes. I get it. I’m a millennial, born smack in the middle of that generation in the late 1980s. You’ve read articles that tell you we’re an entitled, lazy, selfie-centered generation in almost every publication, blog, and journal. I think every single major (and minor) publication has carried some condemnation of millennials,…

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