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Nov 23, 2018 00:00:00

1. Creators

by @zyumbik | 266 words | 175🔥 | 196💌

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Current day streak: 175🔥
Total posts: 196💌
Total words: 61036 (244 pages 📄)

This didn't go as planned. Is there not enough transparency in the world? Everyone on the internet is just a persona they want to show to the world. They either show a small part of who they are or don't show anything at all and are hiding behind the mask completely.
Privacy is a good thing, that's wonderful that people value it. Especially in the recent days more and more people are becoming concerned about privacy. Is it safe to share your photos? Is it safe to share your words? Is it at least safe to share your name?
As the creators of technology we are responsible for making it ethical. What we create is not defined by common moral standards. Instead, the technology we create defines these standards. Because there are no standards in something that didn't exist before. It's all in your head.
Therefore the perception of technology by the masses depends on who created it and what was their goal. If they had good intentions: to help people solve a problem, to entertain, to teach others — such technology is likely to be considered good by most people. 
However, even people with good intentions can make mistakes. In the end they are people too. It's important to realize it and forgive them for mistakes they made. But some people who create technology just decide to go by the dark road eventually. How do we identify who has just made a mistake and who is a villain? It looks impossible. Is there not enough transparency in the world? It didn't go as planned.
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