Who are you online?
Whether you are 17 or 67, Facebook is the standard method to make friends, to keep friends, to spy on friends and to invite friends to events. Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg championed the cause for Internet authenticity, encouraging users to have single online identities.
On the opposite extreme of the argument, 4chan, a collaboration of anonymous users, has churned out both creative Internet trends and headline grabbing pranks. 4chan’s founder Christopher "Moot” Poole believes this anonymity is the key to online authenticity.
Daily Infographic's infographic shows these divergent philosophies of Internet culture and, most interestingly, what the average Internet user thinks about the privacy of their information online.
- What type of user are you?
- Do you prefer anonymity or transparency?
- What is so great about having a single identity?
- What is so great about anonymity?
- What is the current situation?
- What worth to know about privacy and types of online adult internet users?
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