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roguedolphin   Friday, 07/19/13 12:36:30 AM
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--...for people who are engaged in actual critical thinking, surveillance is menacing.
...the reason privacy is so critical is because it’s only when we know we’re not being watched that we can engage in creativity, or dissent, or pushing the boundaries of what’s deemed acceptable. A society in which people feel like they’re always being watched is one that breeds conformity [anti-innovation], because people will avoid doing anything that can prompt judgment or condemnation.This is a crucial part of why a surveillance state is so damaging — it’s why all tyrannies know that watching people is the key to keeping them in line. Because only when you’re not being watched can you really be a free individual...--

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