In the technology blog in the Guardian, Bobbie Johnson hits on some Red Coat, Black Coat thinking:
But things are changing in this sphere, and rapidly. We are in a new age of “open privacy”, where many of us live our lives openly through the network and yet we want to control how much of us is out there. As a result, our approach to privacy is shifting. Hey, I use Facebook, Flickr, Twitter – all tools of openness – but I also want tools of control (my control).
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