Many are paranoid about privacy, such as how our activity is tracked online. One of the biggest objections I see is that Web sites and advertising companies will use our personal information in order to display more relevant advertisements to us.
Why are we so scared about that?
Americans, I think, are rightly concerned about “big brother” watching what we do, and many equate corporations watching our behavior and tracking our interests as impeding on our privacy. But there is a fundamental difference between the real “big brother,” i.e., government, impeding on our privacy and a company supposedly doing so. Continue reading