Do you ever get the feeling that your online activity is being watched? Perhaps you just glanced at an article online only to find out (to your horror) that Facebook announced to the world that you have just read "How to Satisfy Your Partner in Bed"?
Changing the privacy settings on your computer could help - but when did privacy become a choice rather than a given? That's the question Henry Alford poses in his New York Times
essay, "Watching Every Click You Make".
Take a listen to Jian's interview with author and humourist Henry Alford and let us know what you think. Are you unnerved by website algorithms tracking your online habits? Or is privacy an unrealistic expectation in today's day and age?