so many questions asked in one post lol. but meaningful questions none the less, so i'll do my best to answer them.
it's true that our privacy is becoming less and less protected as technology advances, but the law is still in effect. as a civilian, i shouldn't feel threatened by someone else trying to find out more information about me. i believe that's labelled as stalking, or somewhere along those lines - against the law.
i do believe that our privacy is being invaded without our knowing, but really, what can we do? we really have no proof, and we might just be paranoid or something. everything's based on evidence, and if we don't have any, then we'd better not go around falsely accusing others.
we do have privacy, but just not as much as we used to have. that is, before technology came into the world. i'm starting to think - those who actually invent spyware technology meant for the government or something... do they ever think their plan could backfire? because that's what's happening.
but it can't be helped. if we choose to use the internet, then we're risking a hacker hacking into our computers. if we use mobiles, then we're risking the possiblity that someone might track us down. so really, it can't be helped. but you know, i really pity stalkers and people alike them. don't they have anything better to do?