How much of your life do you live online? What would you guess is your personal percentage of waking hours spent connected in one way or another to the internet?
Think about it. You manage your finances online. You work online. You share your social life online. You communicate with family and friends online. Perhaps you’re even enrolled in online education. We increasingly spend our lives online and the pandemic solidified that reality.
Every online touchpoint makes up part of our digital identity. But how much control do you really have over your online identity? Even with privacy policies in place, you have little control over those platforms
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