So much truth in this post... Life doesn’t have to be defined by what you post on social media; it’s a beautiful way to connect and an outlet, BUT it takes time. My iPhone is always reminding me of how much time I have spent on this thing and it brings up shame because I could be doing so much without this thing. Yet, I love the community of connection on social media. I’ve found a lot of insight, growth, and healing through social media.
I myself haven’t posted as much because I’m working intensely at my full time job. I’m also trying to work on a couple of side jobs and investing in that. I’m also trying to stay in touch with family/friends & take care of myself. Which equals balance... Self-care is real and so is life. Privacy is most important and a new concept to me as I’ve kept things private out of shame in the past, but now I’m more private because it is healthy and helps me to set appropriate boundaries.
Anyone have thoughts?
P.S. I love Denzel Washington
Random mumbling, rants, and thoughts about why you should care about your online privacy. This is what you can expect to hear about in self-described IT Geek Malcolm MacDonald’s session at Podcamp on Sunday January 27th.
فرانسه گوگل را ۵۰ میلیون یورو جریمه کرد
اداره حفاظت از اطلاعات شهروندان فرانسه کمپانی گوگل را ۵۰ میلیون یورو جریمه کرد. این جریمه بر اساس قوانین "حفاظت از اطلاعات شهروندان در اتحادیه اروپا" (DSGVO) وضع شده است. با وضع این جریمه فرانسه اولین کشور اروپایی است که بر مبنای این قانون یک شرکت را به دلیل عدم رعایت حفاظت از اطلاعات و دادههای شهروندان به پرداخت جریمه محکوم کرده است. این قانون اتحادیه اروپا از روز ۲۵ ماه مه سال ۲۰۱۸ اجرایی شده است.
#آرش_مهر#بلاگر#جریمه#گوگل#اتحادیه _اروپا #حریم _خصوصی #فرانسه
Artificial intelligence (AI) and fast connectivity – critical ingredients for the next era of category leaders such as smartphones, smart home devices and smart speakers – will drive the U.S. consumer technology industry to a record-breaking $398 billion in retail revenues ($301 billion wholesale) in 2019 and 3.9 percent year-over-year (YOY) growth, which includes streaming services revenue, according to the Consumer Technology Association (CTA). “The consumer tech sector is fast approaching another milestone – almost $400 billion in annual revenues – as more consumers embrace the efficiency, safety, entertainment and anytime/anywhere communication that technology brings to our everyday lives,” said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CTA. “Our latest research shows innovations in AI and faster connectivity are among the key drivers for the industry’s record growth. And CES 2019 is the very best place to see, touch, try and experience the game-changing technologies – from augmented and virtual reality to smart cities, sports tech and robotics – that are solving challenges big and small.” source: Consumer Tech Association
I’ve learned that if you keep people, friends and family out your relationship, it will last longer. Because once you open up the door to your relationship you open up the negative minds and negative people that really don’t wanna see the relationship make it. You can’t tell your family or friends when someone has done you wrong and expect for them to like that person after that. Also when it comes to close friends on both sides they really are upset that the person you date is replacing them and it’s a little jealousy’s by default. Also in some cases some people want what you have and try to sabotage your relationship 🤷🏽♂️. So just keep your business to yourself because that back and forth situation can be embarrassing when you let everybody in. #TellMyImLying#KeepYourBusinessToYourself#TheBlackDrPhil
Apple CEO Tim Cook thinks the FTC should let people track and delete their data "on demand." Cook, in a op-ed published Wednesday, said the FTC should form what he called a "data-broker clearinghouse," evoking the image of a financial clearing house used for the exchange of payments, securities and other transactions in markets.
This would give users "the power to delete their data on demand, freely, easily and online, once and for all," Cook said in the article.
Cook has been increasingly calling for new U.S. regulations to help boost user privacy and data protection.
More at the link in bio. *