“Having two identities for yourself is an example of a lack of integrity.” – Mark Zuckerberg, founder Facebook, on privacy.
What is this thing called privacy? A lot of people have ideas about what it is, but when you try to nail it down to one definition, it gets a bit slippery.
In the United States, many point to the Constitution saying it does not explicitly guarantee privacy while many say it is contained in the Fourth Amendment. Others around the world like London and Tokyo live with cameras everywhere and shrug them off as a necessary evil for our modern society.
Is privacy necessary? What say you?
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