I am a big fan of privacy. I have nothing to hide, but I still like my own private corner of the world. In the past couple of months I have seen a great decrease in the amount of personal privacy of the general public, just fror fun. Not because people are scrutinizing each other, but simply because a vast majority are careless, and the rest are curious.
For example, this individual found a memory card from a digital camera in the back of a cab. Although I doubt that any of the pictures are incriminating, what sense of decency means that he can post them on the internet.
Another site, cleansed for the protection of the naÃ¯ve, is See What You Share on P2P. This site exposes how the careless can put themselves in jeopardy, especially financially.
Although I thoroughly enjoy what these web sites, I guess I am asking the question, â€œWho draws the line?â€ These two sites seem to have a moral boundary prohibiting them from actually harming another. How long will it be until we see â€œcreditcardnumbers.comâ€?