Privacy Concerns Overly Paranoid?

Privacy Concerns Overly Paranoid?
Innovation

Microsoft Research member Alex Taylor is skeptical of the current wave of paranoia surrounding privacy issues in the digital age. While he readily admits that certain of our more pervasive...

Alex Morrison
  • 22 june 2007

Microsoft Research member Alex Taylor is skeptical of the current wave of paranoia surrounding privacy issues in the digital age. While he readily admits that certain of our more pervasive fears may be founded in reality, the general discomfort around the widely proclaimed "Death of Privacy" seems in large part like a knee-jerk, and mostly ignorant, reaction to what is generally innovative and positive technology.

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