Is Privacy a Thing of the Past?

If you and I meet on the street and have a conversation, is it private? Are we recording each other out of self-defense?

Is anything technically private anymore? Is there even a legitimate legal expectation of privacy in today’s overly communicated world?

We open our lives on Facebook, Instagram, Tik tok and Twitter. We divulge our most intimate thoughts by cell phone or text.

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