No, privacy doesn't exist on the web.
A lot of information is culled from public records of which we have little or no control over. Beyond this there is the information we have a direct role in providing through our online activities such as web browsing, Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, GoogleDocs, etc.
You can better manage our online identity by being careful about what we post and to whom, and by being more aware about privacy policies and settings.
Please read if you are responsible for maintaining a social media account representing a college department, program or entity.
This is a sampling of full-text articles available from library databases. If the links do not take you to the full-text please go to the library's Online Research Databases page for direct access.
Use the following keywords to find articles about online identity privacy:
"right of privacy"
Recommended research databases - CQ Researcher, Issues & Controversies, Opposing Viewpoints in Context
Articles from the Issues & Controversies database available on the library's Online Research Tools page. Search "online privacy" to find the following articles.
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