Can De-Identification Protect Your Online Privacy?

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Introduction In the last few years, the global population has an increase in privacy concerns. After the Facebook scandal in the 2016 U.S election, people start to realize how valuable their data is. But is the realization too little too late? Most people already have either a Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram account. So has your privacy already been breached? The answer is, probably not. Having social media accounts doesn’t automatically mean that your privacy has been breached. By definition, privacy means the ability of an individual to seclude information of themselves. Thus allowing said individual to express themselves selectively. So,…...

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Agustinus Theodorus Agustinus currently works as an IT Architecture and Web Services Staff at Bina Nusantara IT Division. Handles crucial API for the company's core data process. His hobbies include reading, writing, and coding (obviously!). His interests include automation, natural language processing, and artificial intelligence. Though he isn't a tech-specific writer, you can read more about Agustinus and his works on his blog.