Snowden fallout: people will pay for privacy, US cyber security expert says

People will be paying for cyber anonymity within a decade, a managing director of United States security consulting firm Chertoff Group says.

Revelations from former US National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden about widespread, warrantless surveillance by the government, especially data-mining of major internet companies through its PRISM programme, has sparked public outrage and debate about the intrusiveness of spy networks into supposedly private data.

 

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