37% rural youth sans Internet access: Study
Since the Edward Snowden disclosures in 2013, which exposed a vast spying apparatus used by intelligence agencies across the globe to collect and collate the calls, text messages and social media content of citizens, privacy has become ingrained in the public consciousness. So, in this unbridled era of smart-technology, what has happened to personal privacy? Does it even still exist? To find out,IBTimes UK asked a number of experts one simple question: Is privacy dead?