Privacy is dead: time to make a choice

Zachary Antoyan is a political science junior and Mustang Daily liberal columnist. We are all interconnected. And I don’t mean this in the way of the six degrees of separation kind. Instead, I mean that if I wanted to find…

BLOG: The future of Internet privacy

In 1967 philosopher Marshall McLuhan described a culture of universal, tyrannical womb-to-tomb surveillance causing a very serious dilemma between our claim to privacy and society’s need to know.