“What happens with social networks is they publish information about you to the world. Two kinds of information: the ones you control, and the ones you donâ€™t control.
The solution to fight the ones you donâ€™t control has been known for years. If you canâ€™t control the conversation improve it! Become the one stop source of info about yourself. […]
Now that you are back in the driver seat, you have your privacy back. Just of a different kind. You have built a space that could be called â€œpublicyâ€, or â€œthe plausible meâ€. It is a credible space where people expect to see information about you. Whatever credible information you say in there will be taken as true by the world.
That is your new privacy.”
Laurent Haug, an entrepreneur based in Geneva, Switzerland and founder of the LIFT conference, launches a new concept: publicy.