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Posted on 2012/11/07


a quick re-post from Slashdot http://yro.slashdot.org/story/12/11/07/0357236/the-privacy-illusion?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+slashdot%2FeqWf+%28Slashdot%3A+Slashdot%29

The Privacy Illusion by Soulskill
LoLobey writes “Scott Adams has an entertaining entry on his Dilbert Blog about the perception of privacy. He writes, ‘It has come to my attention that many of my readers in the United States believe they have the right to privacy because of something in the Constitution. That is an unsupportable view. A more accurate view is that the government divides the details of your life into two categories: 1. Stuff they don’t care about. 2. Stuff they can find out if they have a reason.’ His post is written in response to some reader comments on another entry about privacy guardians and how swell life would be if we voluntarily gave up certain personal info.”


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