http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...ed-suspicious-Report/articleshow/18135524.cms It's not the greatest of articles, but it stems from the fact that social media outlets are becoming if not are already mainstream. And by association, the implication that by not participating in them you are creating an avenue for suspicious behavior. I suppose anything against the grain or by not partaking in social highlights causes concern for some. As.. facebook/twitter and other outlets scream the point "look at me, I have nothing to hide" to some. Idk I ventured into tech in the 90's when I was a teen, and most of the people I affilated with(ie, random internet users) always respected and actually honed in on the fact of protecting your identity and lifestyle. Today it seems people are so flippent about sharing the life. Cameras, reports, audits that force you to decalre bulletin points of your daily habits. Now it's veering into marginal usage of database reports where your ids are scanned and recorded. Suppose this is more of a rant. I fucking hate this world and the mainstream mentality that fuels that it is WRONG to not want to be known. That it's awkward, that it's this and that. Lose that respect and the small things like this can be used in conjunction with other situations to create probable cause for direct intrustions into your life. Or for the simple main fact that it's apparently not normal to want your life spewed on someone elses database, to which they legally own the rights to view whenever they want. Meh fuck it. but seriously? I'd honestly like someone to argue this articles point. The uk's always fought these problems hard, and with tech imo the younger generations have ignorantly fueled it's acceptance more so than it's opposition for displaying who you are. Atleast imo.. Here the uk wants to know everything.. freaks me out tbh what this place is going to be like. "oh excuse let me print out your life from the past 10 years. Hmm Right. Well judging from this you are "..." " This shit aint cool.