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- February 21, 2023 at 4:28 pm#1000012995
- February 21, 2023 at 5:29 pm #1000012996Muriel BakiLifetime Resident
Great question! Not enough people can speak on the difference between those things…
Especially in the information era, its way too common to think that we know everything, a look behind the curtain will either confirm or deny that assumption, and regardless I think its important to know. Either confirming our knowledge or underlining our ignorance…
- February 21, 2023 at 6:29 pm #1000012997PeterAdministrator
Good points. Take for instance any Twitter or FB post where selective outrage kicks in (about 20-25 comments in). One person can be transparent about their beliefs, though in a public forum will have a number of people agreeing or disagreeing with them — and many times without the proper context or knowledge.
Transparency can help shine a light on those areas often overlooked into what’s actually going on. Privacy is now in the way one needs to carry themselves (in a private way, and off social media) or figure out a way to maintain boundaries.
I definitely am for having open and transparent conversations which allow for civil discourse in (semi)public forums with the understanding that nothing online is truly private.
P.S., I dig whoever said that quote
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