It can be easy to give in to privacy nihilism. In this essay, Evan Selinger and Woodrow Hartzog, Berkman Klein Faculty Associate, argue that privacy still exists. You just have to know where to look for it so you know what to fight for. "In our own work, we’ve identified and criticized many different and dangerous ways that industry and government are collecting, using, and sharing our personal information, and this is largely due to infrastructure that has been created for the purpose of exploiting our data. But enough of our privacy still exists that, with dedication, we could both protect and embolden it."