4 thoughts on “Privacy under attack

  1. It needs an abstract suitable for UKIP voters. Say 3 lines. Slightly of piste I see you are looking at large TVs. No privacy you see!

  2. Perhaps a start would be moving away from empty or misleading definitions of ‘freedom.’

    In the US, particularly, the narrative of freedom has overwhelmingly been about the freedom to do, say etc. – a damaging and one sided perspective that masks a great number of ills.

    A more holistic definition would also include the freedom for things not to be done to you.

  3. Ben: That’s a very good point. I think the laws on freedom do try to cover both sides you mention, but the public debate very rarely does.

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