What are your thoughts of the actual current level of privacy in this country for the average man, woman, and child, as opposed to your various levels of expectations of privacy in various situations.
Do you think when you set your privacy levels on Facebook, for example, that you are indeed receiving privacy from anyone not approved?
What level of privacy do you expect in your bedroom as opposed to what level you believe you currently have?
What level of privacy do you think the average man, woman or child should have in their own bathroom as opposed to the level you believe you are currently experiencing whether you are allegedly "on drugs" (being drugged) or not?
How do you think those bent on using the law against the spirit of the law, perhaps elements who should have been incarcerated decades ago, might circumvent such rights or expectations? Once violated, how might a predatory group use, manipulate, distribute, or falsify these violations against the average man, woman or child?
What about biological information?
When you use a public, employer, or private bathroom what is your expectation of collection? Where do you expect these products do go as opposed to where you think they may actually be going? What possibilities by elements do you see for corruption?
What about your trash, often containing so much information besides documents. What is your expectation of privacy?
What about something like the neurons firing in your brain, should those be allowed to be recorded or manipulated? Struck electronically?
by Tien Kai 13 years ago
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by Judy Specht 7 years ago
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by David Hunt 9 years ago
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by Daniel J. Neumann 21 months ago
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by Scott Belford 9 years ago
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by movingout 10 years ago
Give me a break! Like a bunch of whiney kids who didn't get their way! If they hate it here so badly, and hate the POTUS so much, leave the country!
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