Why privacy is increasingly difficult to protect

By Ryan Matthew Pierson

Given recent revelations about NSA spying on U.S. citizens, what once seemed truly paranoid now appears to be entirely plausible.
Protecting our privacy on the Internet is no longer a matter we can leave to chance or ignore. The cost is simply too high.

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