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Implications of the post-privacy era

  1. omn5;pvl Houston
    It's clear by now that most people do not give a fuck about handing over their detailed personal info to unethical and unaccountable multinational corporations in exchange for convenience, and we are headed at breakneck speed into a new world order with corporatocratic rule, a 'big data' driven economy, and a complete lack of privacy. What does this mean for the future of culture and society? Will this have a noticeable chilling effect on discourse? Will it stifle creativity and pursuit of hobbies/recreation outside the mainstream? Will we become even more like subservient cogs in the economic machine, too afraid to deviate from the norm lest we get arrested by the thought police and sent to a reeducation camp, or will we eventually grow weary of the NWO, revolt against the industrial-technological society and bring about the glorious communist utopia? Discuss
    The following users say it would be alright if the author of this post didn't die in a fire!
  2. A College Professor Space Nigga [your moreover breastless limestone]
    i think watever it is will be like totally ossum
  3. omn5;pvl Houston
    Originally posted by A College Professor i think watever it is will be like totally ossum

    Mods, ban this retard for shitposting in a topical thread
  4. We'reAllBrownNosers Tuskegee Airman
    The feds gave the police a "do not detain" order on me. They'll only bother me if I do something really messed up. It's cool in some ways, but in other ways, I have less privacy than anyone else. On one hand if you have nothing to hide it shouldn't matter so much that I can see you and hear you through the walls when you wack off or watch gay porn, but on the other hand, for people not in a situation like mine, it may be a bit unsettling if you're concerned about thought police and such.
  5. cupocheer Space Nigga [unwillingly condescend the dp]
    There wil be no post-privacy era.
  6. ScarletLetter Tuskegee Airman
    Originally posted by omn5;pvl It's clear by now that most people do not give a fuck about handing over their detailed personal info to unethical and unaccountable multinational corporations in exchange for convenience, and we are headed at breakneck speed into a new world order with corporatocratic rule, a 'big data' driven economy, and a complete lack of privacy. What does this mean for the future of culture and society? Will this have a noticeable chilling effect on discourse? Will it stifle creativity and pursuit of hobbies/recreation outside the mainstream? Will we become even more like subservient cogs in the economic machine, too afraid to deviate from the norm lest we get arrested by the thought police and sent to a reeducation camp, or will we eventually grow weary of the NWO, revolt against the industrial-technological society and bring about the glorious communist utopia? Discuss

    So many people don’t realize— that “they” have/should protect their “privacy” just as hard as they should/do their credit score. dumb MOON PERSONs, especially, don’t think twice about it— posting their stupid shit all over social media: facebook, instsgram, snapchat etc.

    Revolt? hell no, MOON PERSONs are way too lazy to do that.
  7. cupocheer Space Nigga [unwillingly condescend the dp]
    I'm not a MOON PERSON bit not all millenmials do what you said.
  8. cupocheer Space Nigga [unwillingly condescend the dp]
    I'm not a MOON PERSON but not all millenmials do what you said.
  9. Phantasmagoria Tuskegee Airman
    It's so tempting to go with the wind and upload my videos to some service like YouTube that's unlimited, but at the same time I don't want them using a.i. to analyze my videos and sell info to others.
    I want to stay independent, so I have a 24tb nas, a few other hard drives and soon I'll own an lto drive and some tapes.
    With all of that I don't need jedigle or anybody else but at the same time it would be really convenient to have a permanent and secure copy of something on a yt account or something so that if I die then humans could enjoy my content forever
  10. Phantasmagoria Tuskegee Airman
    Listen
    The path humanity is taking ATM
    The future will look like a cross between the island (the movie with the clones) and children of men.
    With big data and post privacy and post truth
    You are looking at the absolution of talmudism
    Life on earth will resemble a cyberpunk boku no pico with elements of bioshock and Eraserhead.
    jedis are bringing hell on Earth.
    The jedis must all be exterminated otherwise by 2090 humanity will be extinct.
    Adolf was right
  11. Soyboy IV: The Flower of Death and The Crystal of Life African Astronaut [the oppositely able-bodied hop-step-and-jump]
    What is privacy?

    It's hiding.

    If you're hiding it's already too late.
  12. omn5;pvl Houston
    Originally posted by ScarletLetter So many people don’t realize— that “they” have/should protect their “privacy” just as hard as they should/do their credit score. dumb MOON PERSONs, especially, don’t think twice about it— posting their stupid shit all over social media: facebook, instsgram, snapchat etc.

    Revolt? hell no, MOON PERSONs are way too lazy to do that.

    I think people - especially MOON PERSON and gen Z retards - are just bad at estimating the higher order consequences of their decisions.

    Originally posted by MORALLY SUPERIOR BEING IV: The Flower of Death and The Crystal of Life What is privacy?

    It's hiding.

    If you're hiding it's already too late.

    Privacy is just the absence of surveillance. Prior to big data and nanny states there was no intentionality required. Only since surveillance has become ubiquitous has hiding become necessary. A consequence of the form of dystopia we live in, but not the way it had to be.
  13. Lanny virtuosic jazz vampire
    Eternal slavery of all citizens. Subjects of the panopticon state will vie status within the society, both in its public and private arms, by seeking to embolden and protect its institutions but ultimately success or failure both resolve to a Darwinian servitude to the state, creation of the better slave.

    This is why we need a glorious communist revolution now.
  14. mmQ motherfucker
    Please die?
  15. Lanny virtuosic jazz vampire
    Originally posted by mmQ Please die?

    The liserd people hear your request but decline to respond.
  16. mmQ motherfucker
    So it goes.
  17. vindicktive vinny Naturally Camouflaged
    Originally posted by Lanny Eternal slavery of all citizens. Subjects of the panopticon state will vie status within the society, both in its public and private arms, by seeking to embolden and protect its institutions but ultimately success or failure both resolve to a Darwinian servitude to the state, creation of the better slave.

    This is why we need a glorious communist revolution now.

    you'd cry like a bitch in a communist society.
  18. Lanny virtuosic jazz vampire
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny you'd cry like a bitch in a communist society.

    "wrong"
  19. omn5;pvl Houston
    Communism FTW
  20. We'reAllBrownNosers Tuskegee Airman
    Yes, a glorious communist revolution is needed, so that we can implement the satanic-hive-mind machiavelli master plan, and everyone will live in a community building, and all bathrooms will have clear doors and walls. Everyone will get used to seeing everyone else naked so we can all love each other better and understand that the hive-mind is pure love, satan is love, and we are all one. Everyone knows communism has a history of working out well and being quite effective for the impoverished and middle class of the world. It totally levels the playing field and makes everyone equal.
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