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FBI Director James B. Comey gestures as he delivers an address on cyber security at the first Boston Conference of Cyber Security at Boston College Wednesday, March 8, 2017, in Boston. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia)

FBI Director James Comey warned there's 'no such thing as absolute privacy in America'

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During a speech on cybersecurity in Boston College, FBI Director James Comey warned that there's "no such thing as absolute privacy in America."

However, he conceded that Americans have a "reasonable expectation of privacy in our homes, in our cars, in our devices."

This comes after WikiLeaks published what it claims is a massive trove of CIA hacking tools that allow the agency to turn phones and cars into surveillance tools.

FBI Director James Comey warned there's 'no such thing as absolute privacy in America'

WATCH | Here's a clip of the speech about privacy.

Observers were quick to point out they agreed after the recent leaks.

Comey also said, "I love privacy" and uses social media despite his concerns.

Here's the privacy comment in context.

FBI Director James Comey warned there's 'no such thing as absolute privacy in America'

WATCH | Comey also warned listeners that cyber warfare was inherently dangerous, with threats becoming "too fast, too big and too widespread."

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