Do We Need Privacy?

New rules by US Congress allows your browsing history/data to be sold. What's your take on this?

I've been one of those people claiming that I've got nothing to hide for many years. But for the past three years I've got to a place where I understand how much data there actually is going to be online on me and everyone in the future. This means that cybersecurity is more important than ever. Imagine when our brains come online, our thoughts, our DNA, wherever we go, whomever we're with, whatever we do, everything will be traceable in high detail wherever there is an internet connection, which will basically be everywhere.

Do you want people and companies to be able to access all of you? 
If you were to be extremely unlucky you could have your data used against you.
Is this something you want for you, your friends and your family?

I'm not so sure about that.

Fortunately more and more startups are popping up working within this field and Tel Aviv is well known for their talent on this. And the arrival of quantum computing will make everything even more cryptic.