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  • Yes, privacy is a thing of the past.

    Yes, by looking at the amount of private material that has been leaked on the internet for the world to see, it is obvious to say that privacy is a thing of the past. The media has been complicit in the death of privacy by helping to spread this material.

  • Yes, it seems so.

    Social networks, search engines, computer manufacturers, ISP, and phone companies all collect and analyze information about their users. This makes it possible for knowledgeable hackers to steal the same photos and information. People should not expect any privacy for any information that is transferred digitally. Everyone is also being watched anytime they leave their home.

  • Privacy is a thing of the past

    Social media has destroyed privacy of any kind. If you are actively on social media of any type, you have no privacy. Your life is exposed for the world to see. If there is a video it can go viral along with photos. There is no sense of privacy anymore.

  • No more privacy in the digital age

    Social networks, search engines, computer manufacturers, ISP, and phone companies all collect and analyze information about their users. This makes it possible for knowledgeable hackers to steal the same photos and information. People should not expect any privacy for any information that is transferred digitally. Everyone is also being watched anytime they leave their home.

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