Your privacy is under attack from several terrifying new laws
Quincy Larson

I’m not seeing a convincing argument here that the four benefits listed don’t outweigh the costs. The problem is not loss of privacy per se — the problem is information asymmetry. There may be tyranny if government officials only can see what everyone does and not vice versa. There will be a much more efficient, and tolerant, society if everyone can see what everyone else does.

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