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Who Are You, Really? A Peek at the Future of Identity
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UdyRegan
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UdyRegan,
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1/14/2019 | 9:32:03 PM
Social media usage
With an increasing population of online users who are active on social media, it is actually not surprising to learn that online identities could actually change over time. The level of anonymity that is high on the digital platform makes it even easier for online users to create a different persona of themselves for others to see. It is incredible what people are capable of exposing and withholding about themselves when they know that they are somehow protected by this anonymity screen online.
MelBrandle
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MelBrandle,
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1/8/2019 | 2:01:13 AM
You get what you Pay for
At the end of the day, I think that a lot of businesses only trust what they have spent their money on. If you are willing and able to pay the price, at least you have someone else to blame if anything screws up right? That's the service you pay for!


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