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8.  Has the Internet made you feel more or less connected to people? Are some friendships or relationships better carried out online?

9. After reading Hal's book, are you more wary of divulging personal information online?

10. Are you comfortable having your own personal habits and interests (such as a list of the books you've read, websites you've visited, persons you've emailed and subjects you've discussed in emails) available for sale to corporations for marketing purposes? Do you feel it's right or wrong for corporations to make that sort of information readily available to government agencies?

11. What is the future of Peep culture? Will we reach a tipping point where privacy has evaporated and nothing is sacred? Or is there something in human nature that will guard against this?

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