27 December 2005

Who's data gets to be private?

The very phrase “wire-taps” is misleading. No wires are tapped. NSA merely watches what goes through the quite public realm of cyber-space, which, as we all know, is where information wants to be free.

Robert Schwartz

That’s a very interesting point, actually. Is the attitude of many electronic libertarians that support the elimination of intellectual property but oppose having their own data public inconsistent?

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The New Puritans

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