People can expect to be observed at a baseball game, but not in our bedrooms. She wonders if it’s possible to extend that consideration to the wild chimps she studies
Should Animals Have a Right to Privacy?
Brandon Keim

The public/private distinction is a cultural and historical issue. There is nothing natural in that, so how can the chimps have the same issue? Only if that distinction is biologically based could we extrapolate it to chimps. But is not the case.

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