We have lost the opportunity to be anonymous. There was a time that a person could leave a small town, where everybody knows everybod else's business, and live in a city, where it was possbile to to blend into the crowd, live in a place that difficult to find, and so on - be almost completely anonymous, That time is gone.
We are visible everywhere, and we can be tracked all of the time. I would guess that privacy has become a privilige of those who can pay for it, by purchasing services similar to the bodyguards and security systems already used by the rich, or those with Edward Snowden/Julian Assange level technical skills, who can avoid routine surveillance.
We speak of the "1%", but who are they? Where do they live? Utah Phillips remarked about the predatory capitalists who are destroying the planet, "These people have names and addresses." But in fact, unless they are celebrities, or extravegent spenders, or have become visible because of their political activities, the very rich are indeed "not like you and me". They are far less easy to find than we are. For the extremely wealthy, privacy and security are budget items. They pay to be inaccessable and iivisible.