Is privacy becoming a thing of the past?
More and more information is shared throughout the internet, email accounts are being spied upon by different countries' governments - seemingly without repercussions, leading me to believe that it won't stop until everyone knows everything.
Is this such a bad thing? If we are proven to be absolutely uniquely identified because of the fact that computer systems know everything, would this mean better security in terms of identity theft?
Closing Statement from griffin tucker
unfortunately i didn't get as much feedback as i would have liked - but thank-you Mr. James Walker for your response.
the idea here is that if you can be almost-truly uniquely identified because computer systems know where you are from birth to death, then there is almost no way scammers can pretend to be you and (for instance) empty your bank account.