article in Silicon.com today
Data privacy: Who really owns the digital you?
The struggle I still have with privacy is that I believe that erosion of privacy is down to the fact that you cannot touch it. What is public is public, what is private is private. What you share is therefore never private or public but covered by privacy, the grey area in between. Privacy, one could argue, is therefore based on trust, so if you erode privacy do you erode trust?