Schneier on Security: Privacy and Control
Journal of Privacy and Confidentiality, v. 2, n.1, 2010.
EXCERPT: In January, Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg declared the age of privacy to be over. A month earlier, Google Chief Eric Schmidt expressed a similar sentiment. Add Scott McNealy’s and Larry Ellison’s comments from a few years earlier, and you’ve got a whole lot of tech CEOs proclaiming the death of privacy—especially when it comes to young people. It’s just not true.
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