A Generation Z perspective on privacy

15/03/2022 | Microsoft

In a post for Microsoft, a 17-year-old interested in countering online disinformation discussed how she feels her personal privacy has been essentially nonexistent “growing up in a media-saturated world.” She believes her privacy has been stolen by mass media self-interest, an absence of industry or governmental responsibility around technology development, and a lack of education about how technology should be used safely. The key points are that privacy expectations are changing, but security and consent remain a challenge. 

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