Privacy in Our Cyber Spaces

Everyone has something to hide. Mark Zuckerberg can say that privacy is no longer the norm, but in his own private life he contradicts this by the extraordinary measures he and his wife take to keep themselves hidden even from their own neighbours. The things that we hide need not be criminal or immoral or shameful, it is simply the case that we are programmed to have secret and private lives as well as the life we lead in public. The argument that the innocent have nothing to hide begins to crumble when we suggest rigging people's homes with cameras.