WAS THIS A GROUP SNAP? TELL ME NOW.
“Who are you texting?” “Why can’t I check your Facebook messages?” “Who’s Lindsay and why is she always tweeting at you?” We’re sharing more and more of ourselves, yet we all still expect to be able to squirrel away our secrets.
Should the Supreme Court rule that warrants are not required before searching someone’s cell phone, over 10% of the entire US population could be at risk of having their most intimate thoughts, emails, photos, and exchanges searched by the police.
What happened in the case in Massachusetts and to tens of thousands of women around the country each year shouldn’t be labeled as upskirting — it’s sexual harassment.
Growing up in our society today as a young person is about the equivalent to being trapped in a five by five room with no windows or doors to escape from.
We live in a day and age where it becomes inherently wrong to not tell your best friend every miniscule detail about your life.
It’s recently been leaked that the National Security Agency (NSA) has the ability to track, record, and store every phone call, text message, and email we send.
To say that massive secret surveillance programs do no harm is to deny history.
These are a few truths that usually apply to universal-shameless-soul-baring.
It sucks knowing that my face, of which I have only one, could be taken and used in an advertising, used to sell guns maybe, or as the “before” picture in an advertisement for acne medication.