"When something 'arrives', in a popular culture sense," writes Luke Plunkett, (a journalist for Kotaku, "it's never to the tune of trumpets and a standing ovation."
Too many people wrongly understand this debate as one of security versus privacy. The real choice here is one of liberty versus control... privacy is not in what we hide, but in having the freedom to hide something.
For the first time on record, young people are expected to be materially less well-off in adulthood than their parents. And it’s not just their material well-being that’s at stake – their mental and physical well-being is threatened by this hidden epidemic of perfectionism