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This 1937 quiz won’t track you

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Richard Polt reflects on the latest controversy regarding Facebook here. After describing the insecurity of the world-wide web, he writes, “The privacy problem also extends to the voluntary oversharing that the Internet encourages. The default setting for our existence is worldwide publicity.”

Well, the survey above will not track you, hound you, or expose you. Your answers, though can make for a lively dinner conversation… (Oh, and if you share your responses in the comments section, it will create a lively conversation here.)

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  • Richard P March 24, 2018, 4:44 pm

    Fun! This quiz is more interesting than factual ones with right and wrong answers.

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