Your Browser History Could Be for Sale Soon. Are You Concerned?
At its inception, the Internet drew small groups of nerds under the enchantment of self-actualization. The Internet, they believed, was an Eden of free expression and individuality. That has all changed.
Today, the Internet is more consumptive than creative. Almost every screen we look at now comes with an always-online connection. With this added functionality comes a unique IP address. That IP address is both a lock and a key to everything we are online.
Try and imagine a database of you.