In our work on digital citizenship with students, we need to keep our eyes on the bigger picture when it comes to our activity online. In this TED talk, Glenn Greenwald makes a strong case that privacy does matter, even if you feel that your behaviour online is so innocuous as not to attract attention.  Greenwald was one of the first reporters to write about the Edward Snowden files and the massive surveillance of private citizens by the United States government.  He is a compelling and articulate speaker and the points that he makes could make you re-think your stance on privacy.