NYTimes: Opinion: The End of Privacy

NYTimes: Opinion: The End of Privacy by Andrew Burt and Dan Geer:

Given the constant stream of breaches, it can be hard to understand what’s happening to our privacy over time. Two dates – one recent and one long ago – help explain this: Dec. 15, 1890, and May 23, 2017, are the two most important days in the history of privacy. The first signifies its creation as a legal concept, and the latter, while largely overlooked at the time, symbolizes something close to its end.

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