This internet age is marred by digital privacy scandals, which pose a conspicuous threat to organizations, governments and citizens. Data being an invaluable asset and the world economy being centred on its smooth flow comes with its own pros and cons. The world is inevitably at odds when it comes to tackling the sensitive information of its citizens, and data breaches are usually investigated with heightened fear. Privacy is a very slippery world, and the digital world surprisingly suffers from a lack of estimates making it more difficult than ever to draw the line. By essence, the right to privacy is a fundamental right, and despite these constant threats, it is imperative that our government does not deprive us of it and not cross boundaries in this process.