So true of many things we discuss, but it doesn't stop us from assuming everybody knows what we mean.
This is a great paper.
Solove is the first sharp exception I've found to that, and is writing of the current, highly technological and pervasive landscape.
His observation is accurate.
I came across a practical discussion of this on reddit -> https://www.reddit.com/r/privacy/comments/ez1tyo/how_do_i_co.... it's helpful but also befuddling.
That comment by /u/DocMorp gets it right:
"The problem is abstract. So you have to find examples where they are actually directly negatively affected."
Online privacy IS an abstract concept. To the layman, digital privacy != physical privacy. Even on forums dedicated to the subject, its importance cannot be explained simply in plain words.
The general structure seems quite sensible, at first glance.