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  1. Sean
    Sean at |

    The main problem as I see it is that the blogsphere is filled with scaremongers who type first before researching the actual facts.  The OGP cannot simply access information on anyone a 3rd party chooses to, as it must first gain authorisation from the user in question and must state which items of the users details it wishes to access.  If the user does not wish this party to have access to their data then all they need to do is not click on the authorise button – simple.  Like you I believe people need to take responsibility for their privacy when it comes to the internet.

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    1. Lis Hubert
      Lis Hubert at |

      Here here! Thanks for the input Sean.

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