Unless you live in a cabin in the wilderness and trade pelts for food you have no real privacy.
Data mining companies, websites, sales organizations and financial institutions exist in a web of information exchanges that creates comprehensive databases on everything you do.
Some of this is harmless, if you search the Internet for fishing tackle you will soon enough be targeted with pop-up ads for fishing tackle.
Some of this is less benign, the old fashioned credit bureau is not the new fangled data mining shop and there is a massive dossier on everything you do.
But you do not do anything suspicious or criminal, so why care?
Correcting errors is a nightmare, as is identity theft. And as we well know, none of these data bases are hack proof.
Like it or not, you have a cyber life. In the future, how do we protect ourselves?