Whether you think that is just or not, I'm sure we all agree it is significant.
We criticize Sterling, and yet which of us would be comfy with the AP tweeting out what you said in your house when you thought no one was watching? Would you mind if your conversations from your teenage years were shouted from the rooftops via YouTube or Buzzfeed? The only real defense is virtue.
Virtue: living life as if the whole world was watching (my definition).
I recognize the need for privacy, it is an important issue. But really, if I am living the way Ms. Busco taught me when I was 10 years old what should I really be worried about?
Virtue is the only true privacy protection program.