Most people value their privacy. Houses have curtains, locks, and it's a federal crime to open someone else's mail. It's not just a matter of emotional comfort or modesty either. Privacy can also be a security issue. We keep our passwords private, our social security numbers secret, and don't hold sensitive conversations on speakerphones. However, the internet and social media opened up the floodgages of information that you believed was private to just about anyone. 

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Employment Privacy

Internet Privacy

Telemarketing and Collection Practices

Government and Public Records Privacy