by Larry Emmott on September 24, 2010

in General,Internet

According to Seth Godin we really don’t care as much about privacy as we say we do.

What many people miss about privacy and Facebook is that the company has always taken the position that privacy shouldnt be assumed. Sure, theyve mishandled some of their user communications and feature rollouts, but basically, they offer the religion of no-privacy, and an entire generation or two is ready to grow up in public as a result.

via Seths Blog.

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Joe Spencer September 25, 2010 at 3:50 am

Age matters here… I read an article that suggested that younger generations embrace the lack of privacy in exchange for the benefits of social media at a much higher rate than older generations. That has repercussions for dentists wanting to reach out and touch the younger generations. They will need to be fishing in the social media pond to catch the attention of those generations.


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