Anonymous identity

While social networking has practically become an obligation, the desire for privacy counterbalances this phenomenon.

By Alexa Published on 15 May 2014 Share

While social networking has practically become an obligation, the desire for privacy counterbalances this phenomenon.  As we become more aware of the consequences – both short- and long-term – that result from sharing too much, certain consumers are looking to take back a little piece of anonymity. The quest for privacy This quest is a.

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