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Recent debates triggered a radical rethinking of how privacy in the digital age is conventionally discussed. As our social and personal lives are exposed on Google, Facebook and Twitter, the dissolution of privacy shatters social and personal securities. However, as we dare to say, this is not necessarily a bad thing. Is the fight over? And if yes, could we stop worrying and embrace the death of privacy?

 

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