I am a Privacy advocate. I sometimes give myself the title "CyberPrivacy" specifically because I do focus on Electronic Information Privacy and not physical privacy. I am very angry at the Privacy failures. I just have a more pragmatic perspective. A perspective from experience. A perspective that is grounded in both
Privacy is not on the top 5 things to do, and therefore not done...
Privacy-By-Design still takes effort
Although Privacy is a great feature, it is a dangerous feature
Facebook as exemplar
Many people expected this of Facebook, and are less outraged. I have always figured everything I have given Facebook is public. So to me, this incident was not shocking. Made me angry, yes.