Security company will combine identity protection service with Norton.
As 2016 wanes, “the year of privacy” finally has a significant event to teach us that privacy has finally come of age. The $2.3B LifeLock acquisition marks the maturing of an industry that has struggled to find a place in mainstream Internet life. Countless articles about the end of privacy and the public’s seeming lack of concern about personal information and data has been common theme for many years.
May be this event signals a change in all that.
Thanks to USA Today