Privacy — heed these 7 cautions

not teaching,still THINKING … Archaic is the word we’d use to describe cautions about privacy that we shared back in 2011 when “Think Like an Editor” was published. We say “archaic” now because privacy at that time was something that seemed able to be protected. Today, it seems, everything is public. Yet those cautions are […]

Privacy depends on our common sense

Last week, I went with a friend to a doctor’s appointment as support while she got a second opinion about a serious medical issue. At times, I was privy to her medical history, her family’s medical history and her current medical condition, including her weight. She laughed when I assured her that “nothing I hear […]