Data Security Expert Kaspersky: There Is No More Privacy

    Sep 16, 2013
    While discussing the recently exposed U.S. surveillance program PRISM, Russian computer security expert Eugene Kaspersky told a group of journalists, "There is no more privacy."

    According to a recent The Wall Street Journal article, Kaspersky believes consumers are trading their privacy for the benefits of new technologies. “If you want to stay private, I know some places in Siberia,” Kaspersky said.


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