I never liked the idea of figures like Edward Snowden, who leaked classified information from the NSA in 2013. He betrayed his country. But … he made the media shine into some insights about the data collection all over the world, including America. And even when they say it has stopped monitoring in the US, the NSA continues to collect. And that’s actually logical, because there is nobody to monitor the NSA. But what about privacy? Ha! Who and what are you? The fairy princess? There is no privacy anymore for a long time and there is nothing you can do about it. Your personal, private and public information is being collected by the NSA, and further most of the countries in the world. What are yo going to do about it? Sue them? Good luck with that.
Blogs are popular and part of the social media. Everyone can create a blog and write there what they want. But not only blogs, also companies need websites, and organizations, institutions, governments, action groups, political parties, newspapers, and any individual wants to have a website. But all of that have something in common: they need a website. That website is stored and maintained on a server and that means that everyone needs to have a hosting account in order to host the website. And here the problems start. You are limited with maximum 17,647 page views per day.