Is privacy an illusion?
More so now than before. I see privacy going away as we know it.
Only if you aren't aware of when you are likely watched/tracked.
The average person is on public cameras 16 times a day. The NSA can tap into anything with a chip in it. Orwell had no clue.
What we currently have or our general definition thereof?
No, it's not an illusion. It's also not a binary property that one either has or completely lacks. We all have privacy in some things and not in others, and are willing to sacrifice some privacy for some purposes but not for others.
Unfortunately privacy is an illusion. The government and private businesses are always watching your online activity.
That's really subjective and not specific.
Great question. I think in some cases it sure is, but not all. For example, anything electronic, like cell phones or computers, it's definitely an illusion. If you're in your home not on any devices, then you have privacy. Unless there is a device in the room, then maybe not.
How do you know I'm naked right now?
Yes... You're right... It's an illusion. We trick ourselves I to believing privacy exists. Our phones track everywhere we go!
NSA, what you doin'
No, it's possible to keep a pretty low profile without leaving much of a trail or evidence behind.