Privacy by its classical definition means the right of an individual or group to be let alone. This implies that people can be selective in terms of others should know about him/her and sometimes might mean that how public or private they want to be. Privacy can be defined specifically based on the context. For example information privacy regulates the extent to which people’s data are aggregated, distributed and used in a sense that does not misappropriated. Privacy is fundamental right of every citizen and anything that can be used to trace back the data subject against their will should be avoided. People need to be aware of what happens with their digital footprint over the internet and for what purposes one's information may or may not be used.