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You Do Not Have the Right to Privacy (NSFW)

People who are fortunate enough to be living in our modern society with their basic human rights met. The right to shelter, food, education…have very few concerns. There is food on the dinner table, and if you blow all your student loan money on partying you can just take out another. It seems logical that we should have the right to privacy. Privacy on the Internet, when texting, while walking down the street. You don’t. You have no right to privacy.

But hey! When you already have so much why not ask for more?

Again, you do not have the right to privacy. Take for example this poor bear i assume he has everything he needs food, shelter, he’s most likely well educated. But he can’t even take a leisurely walk through a suburban neighbourhood without it making the news.

Long before 24 hour news broadcasting, sexting, and nude celebrity photo leaks people had zero privacy. No ordinary person living in a densely populated area had a home large enough to allow for private space. Homes faced one another , the baker knew that your wife was banging the butcher, and it was no secret that your son was gay.

Recently Taylor Swift feel victim to the ultimate violation of her right to privately keep and share nude photos of herself on her social media accounts. The hackers threatened to release the nude photos unless she handed over some BitCoin. I applaud her response – “Have fun”. Exactly. Do you have any clue how much revenge porn your exes and mine have stored on their computers? Also, I’m fairly certain that their are some nude photos of myself visible on my Google+ account but I’m lazy and I find it a lot of work to actually really do anything about that.

Next time Facebook reminds you that they own all of your photos – they were never yours to began with. The idea that you had the right to privacy was a bucolic one much like McDonalds would like you to believe that their chicken led happy lives and enjoyed plenty of sunshine.       

 

Speaking of Privacy, what do you think of the new Copyright Act Law that lets providers hit you up if you decide to illegally download your favourite movies?

 

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