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Your first two sentences remind me of Edward Bernays and the mind of the masses. In the interim the hyper-growth of a new entertainment culture is providing people with ways to express, explore and experiment with identity. Privacy is seeking attention by propelling into the public sphere.

“…this is just the beginning…”
I agree as it appears much like the Internet in its early days. Some growing online communities are still open-ended digital landscapes without regulations set by government bills.

Online gaming, participatory Journalism, user generated content, communities and fictional worlds are individual links which sooner or later will either build a strong chain or shape several coexisting poles. Either way, they are captivating the world.


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