how much our government invades our privacy. The mainstream media can blast how instgram/facebook etc. is changing privacy policies. But when it comes to government changes in the same policies most become silent. You see posts and tweets how people are upset with these changes, yet people who ring the bell that our whole lives are being tracked get little response. What's the difference? Is it because social media is more of an immediate effect, while the governments is behind closed doors? Or maybe the question is how do we get people to see the immediate effect of the privacy invasions from our government?
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