Loss of privacy comes from a huge fear of crime but no totalitarian experience

“We seem to have such fear of crime, and such a mute acceptance of the seizure of power by the authorities, that we are actually comforted by the thought that we are being watched all the time. This, in the current climate of paranoia and high technology, is dangerous. Our right to live a law-abiding life without interference is now utterly compromised.”

Posted April 16, 2001

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