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Privacy is a broad term, but, briefly speaking, it is the ability to share what you want with whom you want and how you want to do it. The larger we are, the better anonymity and privacy we’ll have, says Alexis Roussel. For some people, privacy is crucial to protect themselves against the threats they encounter in their lives. The internet, which we are using, is built on surveillance. Large corporations like Google, Meta, Apple, etc. provide free services in exchange for harvesting your personal data and selling them to third parties.