According to a report by the Pew Research Center, experts agree that the expectations of digital privacy may be entirely gone by the end of 2025. Also Read - WhatsApp responds to government's strong privacy statement: All you need to know
Meanwhile many activists and developers are trying to find a way where privacy can be protected in the times of heightened government surveillance but it is going in vain, say reports. Also Read - Would you shun social media giant Facebook if given lifetime data protection?
According to Mashable, Internet activist Ian Peter said that either people would have given up on internet privacy by 2025 or people’s interpretation of what it means would change. Also Read - Mark Zuckerberg ‘ordered’ Facebook management to only use Android after Tim Cook ‘infuriated’ him
More than 2,500 experts weighed in on security, liberty and privacy online and whether there will be a “trusted privacy-rights infrastructure” in place by 2025 that allows people protect their information easily.