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  • Most of us already and willingly opted out to share our data and personal information through these social media outlets, it was already known that such breach of privacy is inevitable. Personally, in some way, I believe that there are some benefits from our data being actively analyzed by these corporations. What’s done cannot be undone, there are probably millions of backup copy files of our data already. Therefore, the task at hand is to regulate this trade of information between corporations

    Most of us already and willingly opted out to share our data and personal information through these social media outlets, it was already known that such breach of privacy is inevitable. Personally, in some way, I believe that there are some benefits from our data being actively analyzed by these corporations. What’s done cannot be undone, there are probably millions of backup copy files of our data already. Therefore, the task at hand is to regulate this trade of information between corporations, make laws that will incriminate improper use of these data such as slander, propaganda, etc. and perhaps tax these sales and incorporate it in our economy?

  • Activism & Idealism fall into futility when you don’t practice empathy and remain hypocritical towards your own principles. Obviously she had something else going on with her mental health too.

  • I am convinced that Trump’s presidency is solely about furthering his commercial agenda, considering that raising fuel economy standards can lead to lesser demand for oil—which causes you to speculate the idea of Trump protecting this decline in oil consumption for personal monetary advances, be it through being a shareholder in some oil company or being a recipient of a fat amount of money endowed by oil company lobbyists.

    This form of exploitation is not only detrimental towards our standard of

    I am convinced that Trump’s presidency is solely about furthering his commercial agenda, considering that raising fuel economy standards can lead to lesser demand for oil—which causes you to speculate the idea of Trump protecting this decline in oil consumption for personal monetary advances, be it through being a shareholder in some oil company or being a recipient of a fat amount of money endowed by oil company lobbyists.

    This form of exploitation is not only detrimental towards our standard of living in terms of fuel economy, but also a regressive step towards innovation.

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