Discussing My Online Identity

For most people my age, an online identity would encompass a number of different websites, pictures and/or articles that where either written by or about the individual. In my specific case, my online identity comes up as nothing more then a few spare social media pages with outdated or minimal personal information. Click on to the images section of google search and you will find that out of the many random photos that appear on the first page, only one of them is a picture of me (ironically, it’s my google account profile picture). However, another image caught my attention; right next to the only actual image of me, was a picture of a twitter egg, which is the profile pic assigned to every new twitter account that is made before the user chooses a new profile picture. I gave some thought and decided that this twitter egg basically sums up my online identity pretty well. Especially in regards to my twitter account which I haven’t used since i made it, all my social media that appears on that results page makes it look like I’ve barely use social media, and that im rather uninterested in sharing my life with the internet. And to a certain extent that is true, i do indeed value my privacy and the fact that not just any random stranger can piece together who i really am just from a simple google search. The things is, I’ve left behind most of the social media platforms that require a lot of personal exposure and little space for privacy. I actually do use social media quite...
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