1. Control over access to information is not necessarily in the hands of the individual. Instead, it may be determined by others – library committees, software developers, interest groups and other third parties. In the same way, the information that we reveal about ourselves may also be controlled by others, in this case large corporations whose interests in the management of our personal information may be in direct conflict with our own wishes.

    — "Restricted Access to Information: Youth and Sexuality" [Ditmore & Echols, 2011]

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