How do you manage your online privacy? Are there certain things you won’t post in certain places? Information you’ll never share online? Or do you assume information about you is accessible anyway?
Photographers, artists, poets: show us PRIVATE.
Dedicated to all the trolls who found out my identity in my previous blogs, and who tried to ruin my life by contacting my church board and synod, complaining that I stepped on their toes…
In South Africa, especially on Litnet, there are some really sick people in the blogging world who goes out of their way to ruin other people’s lives.
Internet privacy still remains very difficult for me, as I trust people way too easily, and always first try to find the good in anybody. It hurt me in the past , but then I always still have this unexplainable urge to still keep on blogging, sharing my life with those who do want to know something about me. There are still much more good than evil people out there in the cyberspace. But there are some really dangerous deviant creatures lurking in the dark alleys as well.
The photo above was taken during my Scottish retraite at Blairmore House in 2006. It is ancient, but still working perfectly. This is the one place I do not usually write about, also not what transpires in there… let it suffice to say: It is the nearest I get to a good holiday sometimes, sitting there and reading our favorite South African Travelling magazine… And then the Ladies says we men are not good at multitasking…
This is how we do it in Africa: