Justsilvie's got this one right. There is no absolute privacy and hasn't been for possibly decades. So many computers, so many surveys, so many analyses of what each of us is up to, how can there be? We borrow books from the library, a record is kept. We log onto the computer and records are kept. We swich on our mobile phone and every move we make is recorded and can be played back to any the members of any organization which has the authority to look at those records. But why the paranoia? If you're reasonably law-abiding, you've not too much to worry about.
That's the way it stands at present. It will get even worse as far as privacy is concerned. The more people we have on Planet Earth the more regulation authorities will feel they need to keep track of us - and what we're up to.
Get used to it!