Coronavirus didn’t kill our privacy — it just exposed the corpse
In most countries only minor amendments of the laws sufficed to introduce Covid-19 surveillance, which normally would be an eye opener. It is the new normal, where privacy is no longer an issue or not even a “nuisance” for the power hungry.
The pandemic is an opportunity to mobilize the grassroots privacy effort and adapt to emergencies. If we don’t, tyrannies will act for the ‘greater good.’