Discretion is a religious standards. Thus, government regulates. So, our decisions within laws are natural, religious, in principle.
Discretion Our Best Judgment
- Right. According to religion.
- Right. According to ethics. Persian Royal Order.
- Legitimate. Appropriate activity.
Accordingly, Islam’s teachings are correct. Then, christianity is wrong on purpose. Fraud in a legal sense. Jesuit in a Catholic sense.
Given, Hindu and other Golden Rule beliefs are acceptable. And so, have own principles. It follows, required for semantics.
So, God started civilization. As a result, One God developed speech. Hence, info we share is free in spirit. But, we don’t have to share.
First, ethical action. Then, guidelines for information sharing. As a result, social considerations we make.
Implies ethical consideration. Given, we consider others. So, Golden Rule is a boundary.
Doing things solely in our best interest is unethical. Consequences for this type of behavior.
Requires information gathering. So, many do not know any better. Also, they do not understand the consequences of their actions.
Then, activity not in the best interest is bad judgement. Thus, doing without knowing is a bad decision. Good decisions require know there is no better.
User decision about how much info to give contacts is a course of ethical action. It follows, profile and posts. Also, writing to contacts.
Finding Your Personal Style
Hence, we use discretion. Given, data can easily be hacked. Also, sold.
Accessing info is optional. Can be bought. Black hat hacks are against the law. Some people do not know any better.
Unauthorized acquisition of data is hacking. There is a lot of hacking. Data is easily compromised by mistake and on purpose. Personal judgment is commonly used to determine information sharing practices.
Use discretion, your best judgment.
Discretion advised for online activity. Given, the internet is public. Then, a chance anyone and everyone can see our data.
Most people would never think to look. Others would never think about looking. Some people expose private information for others to see without trying.