Sunday July 30, 2000
From the moment you wake up tomorrow, nearly every movement you make will be tracked by somebody, somewhere. Walk to your car, turn on your computer at work, visit the local supermarket - all will be noted by cameras or databases deep in the bowels of corporate HQs and within shadowy government agencies.
Already these databases are bulging with intricate details of every facet of our private lives. Your eating habits, hobbies, whether you have children or prefer hip-hop to grunge - your tastes, preferences and passions have all been downloaded. Never in the history of mankind has personal privacy been harder to secure. Read more..