Ubiquitous mapping, Wi-Fi snooping and Web tracking using browser cookies; these technologies mean that it’s not a question of if we’re being observed, but when and by whom.
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“How do you know when your clients are lying? Their lips are moving!” a mentor once quipped to me. I believe clients’ lies have as much to say about therapists as they do about the people under our care.
Watch what you say: it’s not just your friends listening, it’s the Feds. Are you sure all your Facebook friends are who you think they are?