The Extinction of Privacy
Most people talk too loud on their smart phones, and everyone nearby can hear the conversation (and sometimes the other person’s response). The same is true of social media. Talk too “loud” on Facebook and people will hear what you said, whether they’re friends or not. There is no firewall between your social and business communications, and virtually everything is subject to recording and viral dissemination. And there are apparently a coterie of people who have nothing to do in life except try to compensate for their subterranean self-esteem by digging up dirt on everyone else, no matter how old, no matter how inaccurate.