In the coming days, data will be some kind of a Tsunami. It will be everywhere, available on any topic almost round the clock and open to be deciphered. Whether it is at the traffic lights, or on streets, or in the ravines of some terror-hatching nations; technology will take over normal lives and ensure the data is available on a regular basis.
But, then the champions of privacy will always have something against this. And mind you, privacy is really a luxury when nations increasingly combat deadly terrorism in a mammoth form. Take for instance the Peshawar bloodbath of killing hundreds of innocent children in their schools; or small yet significant loss of lives at a cafe in Sydney, Australia.