I posed a single question to my facebook wall yesterday which has created a lot of discussion so I will pose the same question here to get your take on the latest situation with Edward Snowden, the 29 year-old former IT contractor who disclosed our government's classified "PRISM" datamining program which looks at patterns in calls, emails, etc. (but does not read content without a warrant):
can we honestly have a "reasonable expectation of privacy" if we're all
constantly "tweeting" every aspect of our day, publishing our
respective status updates and "checking in" to every single unimportant
place that we visit?
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