Well, after following the fires in Boulder near my relatives homes, I wonder where our data is safe.
I think we just have to assume that anything we put on the computer is public knowledge.
thatb instinct to trust what everyone says is good is so, catastropic.
I don't think it is news that what we do online is public knowledge.
From Therese B. -- I like the assonance of "risk" and "fixated."
How true that is considering the amount of identity theft and stealing from bank accounts as a result. I don't know about screen fixated does that include watching T.V. that's screen.
You have a keen critical eye for these haiku, Dave. I liked how there was the possibility for it to mean both that our data isn't safe from others, and that it isn't safe[guarded] from being deleted without our say so.Is google warning or threatening in this instance?Where would we be without google? Talking to our neighbours in person - possibly...
Good question Rachel Remembering what Google has been up to in the Data Stakes, I think this is an example of the poacher warning us about the activ ities of the gamekeeper. I think Weaver has it about right, though. And yes, Windsmoke it was meant to include T.V., games consoles and whatever else may be in the pipeline for us.AnonymousYup, well pointed-out.Tabor Don't think I know about this, but it sounds worrying.RajAgreed
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