Seth Godin, author, public speaker and entrepreneur has written a post entitled Freedom in a digital world. Here he poses important questions in relation to digital privacy such as:
One argument is that those with nothing to hide are already being surveilled in countless ways, and we probably ought to make laws to get those that would hurt the rest to be included.
The other argument is that all surveillance is too much, and it should be permitted to wear a clown mask into a bank and there ought not to be speed limits.
As usual, we’re going to end up somewhere in between, but like all things the Net breaks, this one is going to take a long time to catch up to what’s already happening.
Read the whole post here.