Experts Forecast the End of Privacy as We Know It

The main driver behind people leading more transparent lives will continue to be the same in the coming years, observed Robert Neivert, COO of

“People have begun to accept the concept that they can exchange personal information for services,” he told TechNewsWorld. “In the last six or seven years, we’ve begun to accept that giving up your personal information is a form of currency.”

Today’s privacy debate will bemuse the denizens of 2025, contended Hal Varian, Google’s chief economist.

“By 2025, the current debate about privacy will seem quaint and old-fashioned,” he wrote in his survey comments.

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