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.
WATCH | Here's a clip of the speech about privacy.
Observers were quick to point out they agreed after the recent leaks.
Comey: "I love privacy. I have an Instagram account. I have nine followers ... I don’t want anyone looking at my pictures."— Lauren Dezenski (@LaurenDezenski) March 8, 2017
Comey also said, "I love privacy" and uses social media despite his concerns.
Here's the privacy comment in context.
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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