The End Of Privacy Is privacy still possible? For a lot of people, the answer is no. That cell phone in your pocket? It's leaving a digital trail. The Facebook quiz you took? It may be scraping your personal information. In this series, Martin Kaste explores the giant pool of personal data we're creating and privacy in the digital age.

Digital Bread Crumbs: Following Your Cell Phone Trail

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Is Your Facebook Profile As Private As You Think?

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Online Data Present A Privacy Minefield

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Why Does NPR.org Use Cookies?

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