This text is mentioned in one exam that took place 3 days ago.
The debate over the balance between privacy and security continues to rage. On the one hand, the desire for privacy is nearly universal and many people regard personal information as personal property to be divulged only by choice or when required for a greater good. On the other hand, criminal and terrorist activity on the internet continues to increase, and national security and public safety are often seen as legitimate reasons for government to intervene to collect personal information. The collection, without permission, of personal information by commercial enterprises for profit-related activities adds a further layer of complexity.
The question is:
Which of the following best encapsulates the ideas in this passage?
1) what new risks are generated by Big Data and Internet of Things.
2) should our right to privacy be secondary to the need to protect national security.
3) the future of data protection in the EU-political, legal and technical implementation of the right to be forgotten.
4) the current cyber-threat landscape and national/international responses.
I think (4) is the answer, but short-solution that given after exam says (2) is correct option.
Can anyone could describe which of them is better? why?