February 22, 2001, 11:12 AM — What detail of your private life would you least like to see splashed across the Internet? Or added to a database, linked to your name and sold in a mailing list?
Your concern could become a source of amusement to your grandchildren, because by then, "privacy as we know it won't exist," predicts Nick Jones, a London-based research director at Stamford, Conn.-based Gartner Group Inc.
Global Positioning System devices may track your every move. Always-on communications will keep you reachable.