By Hayley Gibson

The meaning of privacy has changed exponentially with the digital revolution and the innovation of technology, the internet, and introduction of portable mobile devices. Privacy has become “less about solitude and more [about] the right to control our identity and our information”[1] in correlation with our personal choices. The WNYC Studio produced podcast ‘Note to Self’ introduced the concept of “The Privacy Paradox” which refers to the contradictory behavior that we exhibit as we continuously give confidential information away with the click of a button even though we feel more and more uneasy about it.