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Who’s the best enemy of your (illusion of) privacy? Uh, that would be you…

Nice going, Twitwits: All your Tweets are belong to us.

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  • 7 comments

    7 Comments so far

    1. Greg Swann December 6th, 2011 1:25 pm

      No big deal? Tell me that after your moronic (drunken?) maunderings are read back to you in court.

    2. Brian Brady December 7th, 2011 2:56 pm

      I have to close my eyes on these rides now because I really don’t want to see where this roller coaster goes.

    3. Tom Johnson December 7th, 2011 4:09 pm

      Greg let us know if you start getting inquiries from Homeland Security folks regarding Phoenix Bargains!

    4. Sean Purcell December 8th, 2011 9:54 am

      From this article; my nomination for most Orwellian statement of the week:

      “It’s been difficult at times,” Lefurgy said. “But we firmly believe that we have to do this kind of thing because we anticipate that we’ll be bringing in large data sets again into the future. We don’t know specifically what…”

    5. Sandy Shore December 8th, 2011 12:13 pm

      I can hardly wait until Facebook does the same thing – what a juggernaut! As professionals, we may be able to filter our comments and thoughts to the outside world just a bit more effectively. But for our kids, this stuff can (WILL) follow them for a lifetime. Ahhh, to be a 21st century private eye….

    6. Teri Lussier December 8th, 2011 1:47 pm

      And this just in:

      http://m.washingtontimes.com/blog/inside-politics/2011/dec/8/hill-staffers-tweet-partying-idiot-boss/

      Anyway. That Big Mama is reading our minutiae and inanities isn’t a surprise but still, it sure rubs me wrong to spend tax money on it.

    7. Damon December 15th, 2011 10:15 pm

      What’s with the curmudgeonly attitude toward a particular form of communication? Everything on the web is presumed to be archived. A lot of it is in some cache somewhere.

      Twitter is actually great, or stupid, jut as blogs run the gamut. You think the server farm that hosts this blog isn’t subject to a subpoena?