Manifesto for the Doomed
Throughout my research on the current life status of privacy, I noticed how conglomerates disguised their privacy abuses through copious and unneccessary amounts of words, distracting the reader through links to other pages, and just making privacy policies difficult to read. This leaves the reader often helpless, and unsure where to find the answers they seek about the privacy they are entitled to.
It made me angry. Especially when I thought about how powerless we were to enact change on something we were so dependent on. I wrote this manifesto firstly as a way to vent my emotions on this issue - it only occured to me after I wrote it that I could format in a way which was accessible to most, and then format it again in a way that overtly represented what companies do with any policy regarding our data - hide it with other words, or in my case, images.
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