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When “public” becomes the default

February 26, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Amazing and in my opinon, scary quote found here,

As Erick Schonfeld observed in a public and online discussion with Andrew Keen on Twitter, “instead of making the private public, we will make the public private. When public is the default, you deliberately select what to keep private instead of the other way around.”

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