The Privacy debate heats up again. Back when Edward Snowden told all and then moved to Russia to avoid prosecution, the “real” conversation began with a dual focus upon individual privacy and the right of the government to assure homeland security. Since, we have had numerous allegations and actual invasions of citizen’s privacy from both government agencies and cyber criminals around the world. As if finger pointing weren’t enough, we now have Heads of State commiserating over their own alleged exposure to surveillance.
Thanks to The New York Times