Blame the companies surveilling you instead.
You see it with criticisms of” sharenting” that chide parents for indulging the natural tendency of boasting about their own children by sharing pictures of them, rather than blaming the companies that share those photos in ways that mothers wouldn’t expect, or the lobbyists who pushed for weaker children’s privacy regulations( and continue to ). You see it in explainer parts intimating that any problems created by an opaquely exploitative technology are the user’s mistake for using it. And you see it from policymakers who formulate privacy violations as the preventable ramification of generational recklessness.
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