Wired has an interview with Lorrie Faith Cranor that begins:
What does privacy mean to you?
I view privacy as very much something about control over personal information. That lens of control makes sense to me, and we each have different views on what we want to keep private and what we want to share. We should each be able to adjust the controls the way that we want to.
Just saying privacy is about control assumes that we all actually have the ability to affect that control. I think that’s where we’re having breakdowns now, especially with technology. We don’t necessarily have the tools for meaningful control.
Read more on Wired.