In recent years, the high profile theft of consumer information from Target, controversies over Facebook’s privacy policies, and revelations of internet surveillance by the NSA, have heightened a perception that personal information can no longer be safeguarded. Consequently, 80% of consumers now believe that total data privacy no longer exists, according to a 2014 Accenture survey. Do we need to reboot our understanding of privacy for the digital age? What are the implications for companies, consumers, and citizens if online privacy cannot be protected? Join The Chicago Council on Global Affairs and Michelle Finneran Dennedy for a discussion on cyber privacy.