On a digital privacy crusade. Internet security expert David Holtzman warns of the consequences of a digital society that’s polarized into two camps: “vanilla politicians” and security-obsessed “curmudgeons.” [CNET News.com]
Scott McNealy said, “Privacy is dead. Get over it.” He’s right–in the sense that privacy is complete control over your information. If you think of young college kids, the people who do everything online all the time, everything they’re doing leaves a digital footprint, and they won’t be able to sweep it away. They may be looking at their thesis papers 30 years from now. That’s pretty scary.