Greater email privacy won't hinder law enforcement

Discussion in 'privacy general' started by lotuseclat79, Nov 29, 2012.

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  1. lotuseclat79

    lotuseclat79 Registered Member

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    Thanks for the article. :)

    IMO, it's very sad the attack on US privacy rights is a such a constant thing anymore. Law enforcement has more than enough tools for what they need.

    But I'm afraid they won't stop until we reach 1984. For our own protection of course! :(
     
  3. mirimir

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    I really don't understand how people can accept assurances of privacy as privacy!

    If you need privacy, you do what it takes to ensure it.

    I'm similarly puzzled by "do not track". If you don't want to be tracked, you do what it takes to prevent or neutralize tracking.

    Assurances (from anyone) are illusory and fleeting.

    But maybe it's just me. Having grown up in the former CCCP, I don't trust readily.
     
  4. guest

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    very much agreed

    if anyone thinks they will respect privacy, i have a bridge to sell you
     
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