[LAU] Linkedin - Out

Louigi Verona louigi.verona at gmail.com
Sat Jun 18 13:51:53 UTC 2016

Well, what can I say. I am learning to be better at dialogue. It is, of
course, very difficult to do and I am nowhere near perfect.

Looking back at my response to Will, what I did not realize was that I was
not just asking questions, I also implied that he is "afraid", which sounds
more like a presupposition that has not been warranted. As Will pointed
out, there is a difference between being afraid and being cautious.

Of course, I did not do that in purpose and I wish I would have phrased the
original post in a less polemic manner.

On Sat, Jun 18, 2016 at 2:41 PM, Set Hallstrom <public at sakrecoer.com> wrote:

> On 2016-06-17 14:23, cbannister at slingshot.co.nz wrote:
> > Hint: It'll be way more than 16 people, I can think of at least
> > 5 people *I know* who are not on facebook ..
> Well, as soon as someone uploads a foto of these 5 people their facial
> recognition data is linked in the graph. Every time i give my phone
> number to someone who's agreed to let facebook upload its contacts to
> the database, i'm a linked to them in the graph. Being "on" facebook
> reaches far beyond opening an account.
> There might be a non-human readable name attached to my facebook ID, all
> that prevents someone from abusing that data (translate my non-human
> readable ID to my real name) are moral-barriers.
> On 2016-06-16 23:21, worik wrote:
> > We all should be very parsimonious with what data we
> > share on social networks (Facebook do not now my correct age, what
> > gender I am or where I live).
> We should indeed, however, it is very hard to have control over the data
> available about us without being totaly off-grid. Using the existing
> tools to process meta-data, any anonymous communication-medium that has
> been connected to 10 different identified communication medium, it is
> possible to deduce with very high accuracy who is behind the anonymous
> medium. That is to say, inputting inaccurate data in your facebook
> profile is good for fooling your entourage, not so much for fooling the
> system.
> --
> Set Sakrecoer
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Louigi Verona
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