There’s no such thing as privacy anymore

John Mikton, the Director of Information Technology at the International School of Prague has written an interesting post on the nature of privacy (or lack thereof) in the 21st century. He says:

The meaning of the word “privacy” has changed. The days of being anonymous, and having no digital footprint, are gone. We have adopted these conveniences in our eagerness to keep up with the changing world, and partly by the success of digital environment and device companies marketing. We have been convinced that we need these digital environments and devices to function in today’s world. The reality is that there are few alternatives.

The whole post is worth reading. Access it here.

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