PRISM: The Social Network You Never Knew You Signed Up For
Aug 22, 2013 11:52
Here's a great spoof of all that horrible government-sanctioned infringement on your privacy. PRISM is a social network from Datacoup, a service that aims to let you "reclaim and unlock the value of your personal data." Not only are accounts mandatory, you're probably already sign on to it (wink-wink).
With tons of frictionless sharing features, the possibility of all that data collection is unlimited. And good thing you've already got an account (now if only you had a clue on how to get to it).
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