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They Are Watching You (Infographics)

They Are Watching You (Infographics) 1

According to the graphic, changes in Facebook privacy settings have made these profiles more public over the years. The infographic also revealed that the average US citizen is caught on film nearly 200 times daily. Check it out: “Most people still don’t have the slightest idea of the extent that their privacy has already been invaded. 170 million Facebook profiles are fully accessible to the public, Google is recording the entire world, and the NSA is monitoring almost everyone’s phone calls. – www.mediabistro.com

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http://www.wordstream.com/articles/google-privacy-internet-privacy

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