Privacy from whom?

“When Mark Zuckerberg Said Privacy, He Didn’t Mean Privacy From Facebook,” The Wall Street Journal, March 9, 2019. Are there different meanings of privacy?

If I can keep my information away from everyone else, that’s privacy.  If I can keep it away from everyone but Facebook (and its app developers), that’s not.

So, is it my obligation/responsibility to provide the necessary Governance for my Information, and not share it with people I don’t want to have it?  Can I do that if Facebook infects other apps I want to use?  How can I tell?

Is there a solution that doesn’t require (a) becoming a digital hermit or (b) an Act of Congress?

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Filed under Theme One: Information, Theme Two: Governance

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