Along with new hi-tech advancements comes a price of personal liberty. For example, consumers wonder to themselves, “Can other people see where you go if you use Wifi?” From pre-crime technologies making their appearance in New York, to big-brother legislation passing through on Capitol Hill, modern individuals of the western world are increasingly concerned with their privacy; and they should be.
A Two-Pronged Attack
Instead of asking oneself, “Can other people see where you go if you use Wifi?” perhaps it would be more beneficial to understand the scope of intrusion into personal online lives.
It isn’t only governments that are clamping down on increasingly unhappy populations, but the commercial industry as well. Projections show that nearly a third of the human population will be surfing the net inside the next five years or so. This means that consumer behavior must be watched, catalogued, referenced, and studied to the highest degree. Onl...