Privacy that, privacy is yearning for all humans

Privacy is a universal
need for all humans. However, to some extent, too much privacy incur boredom in
a normal life thus question the actual need for confidentiality and calling
upon the constitutional reformers to be in a dilemma of what privacy means. As
much as people yearn to have their own time to do their stuff, life cannot be
enjoyable whenever there are devoid doors. Again, people would wish to have
their own time but would not want to live alone with any other than themselves
at their homes. Murphy (n.p) expresses the dilemma of life in the perspective
that even though people need privacy, the controversy happens on social media
where the share malicious and confidential information to the vulnerable social
media sites.

Murphy
(n. p) expresses a feeling of melancholy after a realization that the youths
are the most vulnerable to a breach of privacy. As much as the youths want to
share information on social media sites, Murphy offers the evidence that people
still want to hold on to their privacy by creating lots of fake identities.
According to the internet, there is no privacy at all since there are lots of
creepy targeted ads that keep ripping people off. Also, there is a widespread
of cyber snooping like the one that happened on May 17, 2017, costing the
privacy of computer systems in more than 150 countries. There is no privacy at
all nowadays thus the call to privacy is gradually diminishing. Murphy, through
George Orwell’s research, outlines that, privacy is yearning for all humans but
the same individuals yearning for it are the perpetrators of a breach to
privacy. People spend more time scrolling social media sites in search of
information and viewing indiscreet tweets and posts that are meant to be
private. Just like another Ted talk asserted, privacy is highly abused by
social media, for instance, Facebook that can use portrait mapping and other
technologies to reveal more information about a person’s whereabouts, current
location, and their social life.

The
digital crowding that is widely abused on online leads to social strife and a
loss of personal space that was geared to be there in space. Nowadays scammers,
cyber crackers and other people with malicious reasons take advantage of the
online flocking space to scrutinize into personal data thus using the
information to blackmail the people. Indeed, digital crowding has impacted
privacy thus the need for privacy is at risk. Another aspect to worry about is
whether there is still the cultural connection that used to value privacy, yet
people keep on sharing achingly personal data on social media. For that matter,
cybercrimes have become the call of the day since freedom on social media has
steadily increased the wealth of the society.

In
conclusion, since the onset of social media has changed the actual meaning of
the call to privacy, it should be noted that when people yearn for privacy, it
does not necessarily mean that they want to hide something dirty, but they just
want to have their space and hold on to themselves. Therefore, as much as people
keep sharing their stuff on the internet, there are certain things and
information that everyone would not want to let to the world.