I agree with this. That said, the technology is now there for anyone to publish anything.Uncle Ants wrote:whilst it's pretty funny watching a bunch of fascists squirming and running for cover - there is something a little disturbing about it as well.
We have been told constantly to watch what we put/post online with regard to social networking stuff, but, at the end of the day, that is our choice.
Everyone is a member of something. Most things are of little or no interest to anyone (such as the fact that I'm a member of my local snooker club), but, there is always the danger of things we want to keep private, either leaking out onto the web, or being told to advertising agencies.
In terms of things leaking, I see the potential for this to get worse. As well as the proposed ID cards, the way technology seems to be moving is to have an increasing amount of data, (photos, music tracks, college essays, phone books, etc) online rather than on our own hard drives.
Anyway, enough of me....your thoughts?