Privacy in a world of public personas, and Instafamous pets

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This week, we discuss why privacy matters and how to protect it in our increasingly public lives, and pets on social media. 

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WARNING: extreme disdain for cats expressed in this episode. Before you get mad, cat people, all we ask is that you take a look in the mirror and just be honest with yourselves as you reflect on this question: is the best compliment a cat can get that "he's more like a dog"? Draw your own conclusions.

angry cat
angry cat

Can I quote you on that?

  • “I'm sitting here in a cafe surrounded by people drinking juice and all I've been wanting is fried chicken and pizza.” Maggie
  • "We are constantly navigating what's worth sharing and also wise to share." Maggie
  • "Not everyone is going to steward information the same way." Maggie
  • "Social media connects everybody but it can also put us on our own little islands." Jacey
  • "One of the most innate human needs is to be known." Jacey
  • "There is clinical research that shows watching cat videos makes us happier and has health benefits." Maggie

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Show notesJacey Verdicchio