Erik Jensen reports:
Young people do not care about their privacy and there is little reason to protect it, according to the former Victorian police commissioner Christine Nixon.
They use Twitter and Facebook, she said. They appear on Big Brother. There has been a generational shift.
”Young people don’t seem to be bothered,” she said at last night’s IQ2 debate, organised by the St James Ethics Centre and sponsored by the Herald. ”These arguments about protecting people’s privacy: in many cases people don’t care about their privacy being protected.”
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