“And the problem with frictionless sharing is that it may leave the door open for the government to collect and use information without a warrant. “Justice Alito recently contemplated that we may be moving toward a world in which so many people share information with so many friends that social norms no longer indicate a reasonable expectation of privacy in that information,” Kaminski writes. “Without a reasonable expectation of privacy, there will be no warrant requirement for law enforcement to obtain that information. This analysis is troubling; sharing information with your friends should not mean that you expect it to be shared with law enforcement.””

I care about my privacy. If enough people don’t, then it seems as though we all might lose the expectation of privacy before the law (as currently written/interpreted). That’s not cool people. Not cool at all.

How Frictionless Sharing Could Undermine Your Legal Right to Privacy - Technology - The Atlantic