Privacy? Online? Really? You actually think there’s such a concept? Wake up people. Privacy is a pre-internet concept. Let it go. Embrace the idea that everyone knows everything about everyone, live your life honorably, and stop clinging to antiquated concepts. At the same time, if we abandon privacy ourselves none may retain it. I refer specifically to world governments. If the people can not have privacy, neither can our governments. If the people can not get to keep secrets, neither can our governments. This idea can work if fully implemented. If not implemented equitably, then we have problems.
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