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December 13th, 2010
08:56 AM ET

The End of Privacy

Its becoming more and more impossible to keep your identity private these days. If you “friend” someone, make a call on your cell or even use your debit card, you just may be leaving a long digital trail for others to see and maybe even misuse.

What are your thoughts on privacy in the online world? Have you been a victim of online crime? How do your protect yourself? Email us your thoughts and Kyra will read some of your responses in the 10am hour of CNN Newsroom


Filed under: Anchors • Kyra Phillips
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  1. John Stephenson

    To surf safely, use Firefox, and Ghostery

    December 13, 2010 at 1:09 pm |
  2. Lori

    It amazes me how common sense just disappears when people are on facebook, my space and twitter. Why on earth would a person twitter that they are not at home and on vacation? That's like posting a sign out in your front yard that begs for thieves to rob you!!!!! And parents that allow their children and young teenagers to have a webcam!! my daughter shows me from time to time what kids, and I am serious when I say "kids", are putting out over the internet!! I for one would not leave it to a child or young teenager to decide what is appropriate to let a web cam capture and then post to the internet because once it's on the internet you can't get it off because other people download it. And people going on facebook and posting risky pictures of themselves and talking trash about their boss, what are people thinking, it's not like when you could write in your diary and no one would probably ever know your secrets but putting stuff out there that should not be for public consumption is the most ignorant and stupid thing to do that I can think of!!! and Twitter, things of a personal nature that people put out there just make them look silly and shallow and why would you want people to think that of you? What happened to keeping a little mystery about you? Believe me, I do not want to know every single thing there is to know about anyone.

    December 14, 2010 at 11:39 am |