Why It’s a Bad Idea to Merge Your Social Groups

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In the intelligence community, classified information is protected by compartmentalization — meaning you only get access to particular compartments in order to do your job, based on your “Need to Know”.

No one person has access to everything. This limits the amount of damage any one person could potentially cause if they were to go rogue.

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3x Top Writer | Traveler | Real estate investor | Storyteller | Occasional columnist | I talk about personal growth and seizing opportunities.

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