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It seems at the beginning of every year, some journalist or blogger boldly states: “this is the year that online privacy will die”. I’ve heard it every year for the past half-decade. I know for a fact I’vesaid it on multiple occasions: last year, as social media influence tools seemed to become a little more popular and as the Newzbin-blocking story ran, I blogged about the end of online privacy and online freedom.
My third column for the Kernel is available here: FACEBOOK, PRIVACY AND THE DARK WEB.
This also has some further reading from an old blog I did about The Silk Road.