Although there's an important distinction to be made between information we voluntarily sign away and private data that's seemingly subject to unwarranted searches and collection, many of us are inconsistent in our release of personal data. We're quick to hand over our privacy rights to corporations, but we get touchy when the government tampers with our information – even when we might be the ones allowing it.
Wednesday, July 17, 2013
We want privacy from the government but are an open book on social media [Article]
Lindsey Bever explains: