Dave Rubin and the panel discuss the idea of “internet anonymity,” that is, to be unsearchable on the internet and untraceable on social media. ►►Subscribe to Rubin Report for more: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RubinReport
These days, in cyberspace, our every keystroke is monitored and traded by corporations and security agencies. The constant pressure to post, like, friend, share, etc. has put pressure on people to remain present and keep up their online presence. The pressure build up and the need for privacy has lead many people to dream of being “ungoogleable” and in essence, be anonymous.
If you could flip a switch and erase your internet foot print, would you?
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