The Psychology of Privacy: Fight for Your Privacy
Privacy is the default nature of human beings. No one wants to keep their lives in public; their private lives are their secrets, and they must always be kept secret. Writing, showing, and recording people’s personal lives without their consent is the piracy that all political and legal systems worldwide are involved in; under no circumstances, private lives should be in the limelight. The notation to keep secret, individual is the cry of this century because we are more than enough exposure to the world without our consent. This piracy is all due to your political and governmental systems’ sinister role that media, social media, and legal networks have invaded your privacy. Now is the time to advocate and fight back for your privacy.
Ali Muattar is a senior writer, author, entrepreneur, and social activist who are advocating the rights of human beings to keep their privacy from the unwanted access of all those who are involved in their piracy; from media giants to businesses, corporations, and organizations that prey on the private lives of masses across the globe. If you are interested in joining hands with all the activists fighting for your privacy rights, spread this piracy-free world manifesto.
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I live in Karachi city, Pakistan. ANish publications publish this book. I have been a senior writer, researcher, and editor in the ANish platform for years while specializing in psychology, impacting information technology. I write about business, literature, human psychology, and technology in blogs and websites for clients and companies. As a writer, I enjoy reading, writing, and traveling.
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