In Pictures: 8 privacy-destroying technologies tha...
"Privacy is not something we protect, exactly," Hunt said. "It is something that seems to have no value at all when we are the ones sharing personal information. We proudly post the entire genealogies of our children on Facebook ... However, we bristle at the thought of someone knowing something about us that we haven't knowingly shared. I don't think big brother is the government or more precisely the NSA. Big Brother is us. We are the ones installing cameras and scanning equipment to protect our private sector homes, businesses and neighborhoods. We are the ones making our lives visible and digitally recorded," he said. Presented for your consideration in this article: 12 concrete examples.
In Pictures: 8 privacy-destroying technologies that should scare you