Privacy MattersEarly societies lived in tight-knit, family-centered communities where one's personal business - who was sick, who was pregnant, and who were the best hunters - affected everyone's well-being. Privacy was nearly non-existent.

As societies advanced, more complex communities formed. Families often lived far apart and survival became more of an individual endeavor. Relationships could be maintained at a distance, thanks to the occasional phone call or holiday letter - and one's privacy could be preserved.

Today's communication technology has given us more options than ever before to keep in touch. Today nearly two billion of the six billion people worldwide have Internet access.1 There are more than 133 million blogs, 24 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every 60 seconds, and more than 25 billion pieces of content are shared on Facebook each month...

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