Internet privacy whiners are like the Occupy Wall Street idiots.
They want companies to invest billions developing products and services to make their lives better.
However, they don’t want to pay for any of it.
The coin of the cyber realm is often your personal information in exchange for what’s offered by Google, Facebook, and countless other sites.
If you don’t like the cost, find another supplier instead of demanding the government force companies to give you something for nothing online.
“Internet privacy” should not be a term used to extort freebies that cost companies a lot to develop in the first place.
Legitimate online privacy concerns do exist. However, those primarily involve sites that collect your data and deceive you about the type of information being collected and what’s being done with the data.