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Why 'I Have Nothing to Hide' Is the Wrong Way to Think About Surveillance |

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"If everyone’s every action were being monitored, and everyone technically violates some obscure law at some time, then punishment becomes purely selective."

That is a very good point!

Another thing I thought was profound was, "life’s most meaningful experiences aren’t the ones you necessarily desired, but the ones that actually transformed your very sense of what you desire."

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