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Thread: Should your privacy, rival that of societal welfare?

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    Should your privacy, rival that of societal welfare?

    Is your own individual privacy, worth more than societal welfare?
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    o.O THe privacy of the masses is worth more i think... Untill the masses make me mad and mess with my privacy, then they will taste cheesy justice.
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    Lol. Okay ^-^
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    Privacy is more important. I mean if somebody is up to something there's got to be some sort of clue that someone would eventualoly pick up on.

    I mean like the highjackers from 9/11, I mean when they were taking flying lessons at some school in the U.S. they told the instructors or whoever was in charge that they didn't need to learn the landing part of the program, I mean hello, the plane has to come down sometime. So that would be an example that even if the government isn't keeping tabs like it wasn't then obviously, or atleast I would hope something like that wouldn't slip by them, that somebody would pick up on that and tell the authorities.

    We don't have to spy on each other, we just have to be aware of some of the things around us. Plus we wouldn't have to worry about this if the government wasn't so messed up in the first place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragor
    Privacy is more important. I mean if somebody is up to something there's got to be some sort of clue that someone would eventualoly pick up on.

    I mean like the highjackers from 9/11, I mean when they were taking flying lessons at some school in the U.S. they told the instructors or whoever was in charge that they didn't need to learn the landing part of the program, I mean hello, the plane has to come down sometime. So that would be an example that even if the government isn't keeping tabs like it wasn't then obviously, or atleast I would hope something like that wouldn't slip by them, that somebody would pick up on that and tell the authorities.

    We don't have to spy on each other, we just have to be aware of some of the things around us. Plus we wouldn't have to worry about this if the government wasn't so messed up in the first place.
    Thnx. That gave me a lot of insight.
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    I think privacy is the one here; I mean, everyone has his/her rights. If a journalist is like crazy on finding people's private life or anything sensitive, they should think in their shoes, how would you feel if some idiot come and ask something you think they shouldn't ask? It is of course up to the individual to permit the information to be given or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibiki Tokai
    I think privacy is the one here; I mean, everyone has his/her rights. If a journalist is like crazy on finding people's private life or anything sensitive, they should think in their shoes, how would you feel if some idiot come and ask something you think they shouldn't ask? It is of course up to the individual to permit the information to be given or not.

    Hmmmm...I actually like this view. Thnx.
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    Privacy is absolutely more valuable.... i mean if you take that away...what else have you got?

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