what, if any, dangers individuals and society face by trading privacy for convenience?
Topic 1: Read the following background information.
“Start an online post, then delete it? Many websites save it anyway
By Drew Harwell, Washington Post Online article found on NewsELA.com
Many websites start sharing or saving the text, photos or other information before we commit with a click of “Post,” “Enter” or “Submit,” and sometimes even after we choose to delete.
It’s hard to know how many websites keep this stuff saved. But Princeton University researchers last year found that hundreds of websites recorded all of their users’ mouse movements and typed text without telling the users they were doing so in such detail that a site could “replay” everything that a user had said or done.”
Task: Write a well-composed argument exploring the topic of what, if any, dangers individuals and society face by trading privacy for convenience?
For this paper, find two pieces of supporting evidence from online. Cite the sources properly and create (and attach in this same folder) a Works Cited page