What is private space?
In his 1961 thesis The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere, Jürgen Habermas suggests modelling it as a private sphere where a public window is cut out from the inside.
Such a window keeps on growing.
Publicity can reach us nearly anywhere, including the bedroom, one of the most intimate of private spaces.
Why do the large platforms (GAFAM+) appear so welcoming? Because they strive to capture not only our attention, but also the slightest of our interactions, which are then monetized—hence their interest (against conviviality) in retaining users for as long as possible.
The gluttonous giants are literally robbing our lives from the inside, just as they would for market shares. If we do not take action, it is privacy as a whole the giants may wolf down.