Digital privacy is a real challenge. Or if we do not want to use euphemisms: it is a fundamental problem that touches upon the fundaments of what we call democracy. All large social media platforms are key actors in what Shoshana Zuboff has called surveillance capitalism. Our data is used to produce surplus value and it the process, it destroys our fundamental right to privacy. In this file we look at the big platforms, and the more niched ones from a privacy angle. Can we still have privacy in the digital age? What should be done by our governments and what can we do as citizen's in this digital world? Read all about it in this new Diggit File.