PRISM: The Social Network You Never Knew You Signed Up For
Aug 22, 2013 19:52
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 signed on to it (wink-wink).
With tons of frictionless sharing features, the possibility of what to do with 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 access it).
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