A matter of privacy and free speech
In the age where data is being freely distributed by our own volition, does privacy really matter? We choose to post photos, visibly demonstrate our live locations, take pride in our ability to exhibit and expose our lives, should privacy then matter?
This conversation also extends to our ability or inability handle conversations. The definition of free speech is morphed, twisted and perverted to suit political ambitions, radical rouge elements and even marketers.
Do we need boundaries? How do we evolve? Does it make a difference? Should we just get off FB / Instagram / Twitter?...I know I did!