RSS feeds, unlike the many other options available for online communication today, are not known for causing privacy concerns for those that use them. On the contrary, with RSS feeds, those that use them are given the privacy they seek, and can also wade through the overwhelming amount of unnecessary information to find only what is relevant to them. Social networking sites do not allow users to do this, and will instead force them to read information that is not relevant to them at all. RSS feeds have been growing popular over the last few years for the simple fact that they do not require much from their subscribers at all, and can continuously update them only on information that is relevant to them. In today’s day and age, it is rare to find this type of privacy or respect given by web users.