Petraeus scandal proves there is no private Internet life

Paula Broadwell and Gen. David Petraeus used a dropbox to communicate. (AP Photo/C-SPAN Book TV)

John Aaron,

WASHINGTON – Gen. David Petraeus was the head of the CIA, and still couldn’t keep his personal emails under wraps.

So how much hope is there for everyone else?

Not much, according to online privacy expert Cole Stryker, author of the book “Hacking the Future.”

“We’re not as private as we think we are,” Stryker says, pointing to members of the group “Anonymous” as proof that anyone is traceable.

“Even the ones that have maintained their anonymity for a very long time

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