LOS ANGELES -- Journalist Glenn Greenwald defended the value of digital privacy and slammed those who dismiss its importance during a stop on his national book tour Thursday.
?We all need places where we can go to explore without the judgmental eyes of other people being cast upon us," he said. "Only in a realm where we?re not being watched can we really test the limits of who we want to be. It?s really in the private realm where dissent, creativity and personal exploration lie.?