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privacy is a human right
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Other ArtemisS 
Internet history, homes, messages, emails, games, journals, phone calls, the government has no right to any of this information without a warrant. change my mind i guess idk
2020-07-02 08:30
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only 0iq people would disagree
2020-07-02 08:31
+1 but how would the government get a warrant if they didnt have any of this information
2020-07-02 08:31
probable reason to think that you're a threat to others, same way arrest warrants and search warrants are made
2020-07-02 08:41
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Estonia knee_socks
I like ur name, are you going to the moon by 2024?
2020-07-02 08:31
would be awesome ngl
2020-07-02 08:41
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Poland rude_wredne
It is but nobody gives a fk 😼👌
2020-07-02 08:33
except for governments trying to infringe on that right
2020-07-02 08:42
Too bad the ones in charge give not a single fuck about human rights or what we think.
2020-07-02 08:34
yeah but we don't live in a unicorn world
2020-07-02 08:35
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Lithuania marusgg
if you want security you have to lose a little bit of privacy men)
2020-07-02 08:35
true men sometimes more suveillance and more information taking is necessary and beneficial for the rest of us
2020-07-02 08:38
i dont want security then lol
2020-07-02 08:42
Enjoy 20 home made bomb attacks per day then.
2020-07-02 09:44
to an extent of course, Guns are important but should be regulated. Preventing the government from invading your privacy at any/all times won't cause more terrorist attacks, not drastically anyways.
2020-07-02 09:45
And freedom. And then you feel very safe in your guilded cage.
2020-07-02 09:15
Yeah right this should be illegal Now let me post a selfie at starbucks and post it on facebook uhh nice I can share what exact starbuck Im at as well
2020-07-02 08:36
what
2020-07-02 08:38
Under the people complaining about this are also a lot of people who in reality dont give a shit and throw their data around
2020-07-02 08:41
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Germany Jupe_Z
So true, though the government probably knows me better than my gf lol
2020-07-02 08:45
u dont have a gf thats why.
2020-07-02 09:05
oof
2020-07-02 09:20
It’s funny how everyone on here has one
2020-07-02 18:14
imagine how many acts of terrorism wouldn't be prevented, how many lifes wouldn't be saved, how many lost people wouldn't be found if government won't take any information it wants from the internet. But you don't care, you just wanna your pornhub search history to be confident, little pervert
2020-07-02 08:59
doesn't matter, major privacy legislation didn't occur until post 9/11, and I'm sure you've noticed how successful that's been in Europe and the USA even if it was largely successful, privacy is one of the pillars of a free society, the amount of things you concede when you concede your privacy is far more then your porn searches
2020-07-02 09:01
But a free society is not the project the nowadays elites have for us. We're slowly joining a dystopian world where gigantic corporation play god and 99.99% of the population have to work 12h a day to afford to survive. Soft enslavement is the latest stage of capitalism and we're running straight into it. People don't even care about education and freedom anymore. The only freedom they've been taught about is the freedom to consume and the freedom to produce. We're stuck in a rat's wheel and most people believe that if they go suuuper fast in that wheel they'll be able to leave the box. But all they'll get is slightly more rat's food.
2020-07-02 09:20
For last two years government prevented 3 terracts in my city, on of them in my neighborhood, so probably they saved my life. And I don't care if they read what I text to my gf cuz they're doing their job.
2020-07-02 09:57
any proof that these vvouldnt have been stopped vvithout invasive privacy?
2020-07-02 17:09
Proof is that they just intercepted terrorists' communication
2020-07-02 18:11
The governments are largely responsible for creating these terrorists, then they say they need to strip away at your liberties. It's only about power, they don't care about keeping people safe.
2020-07-02 09:12
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China SwooksarV2
To a certain degree, sure.
2020-07-02 09:01
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Germany Bier
state surveillance in your country is probably the worst rn (if your're not fakeflagging)
2020-07-02 09:07
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China SwooksarV2
It doesn't affect anyone's daily life, so I don't see a big problem. When the impact becomes noticable, it becomes a problem. I guess the worse that can happen is you doing something stupid in public and then you appear on the local police stations tiktok account.
2020-07-02 10:30
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Canada reeeZ75
ofc china doesnt agree with privacy being a human right
2020-07-02 10:03
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China SwooksarV2
I didn't even say that? You're really prooving how shit the Canadian education system is. And sleep. Wtf. It's 4 am for you.
2020-07-02 10:28
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Canada reeeZ75
yeah thats why all of you fucks keep coming here for uni
2020-07-02 10:29
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China SwooksarV2
Ez student visa, so easy way to move money. (But highschool here really was easy. Managed a 41 in IB, and year 1 was hella light too)
2020-07-02 10:33
says who?
2020-07-02 09:09
me, and most people that arent boot licking authoritarians
2020-07-02 09:41
why should I listen to what you have to say?
2020-07-02 09:49
because I am correct
2020-07-02 09:49
Yeah obviously
2020-07-02 09:20
Your government is reading your journal? How rude.
2020-07-02 09:49
it is very rude, they vvill read yours too((((
2020-07-02 09:50
Of course not, but if you become wanted for a horrible crime then they need to check your stuff my man.
2020-07-02 09:59
too bad capitalists have already dicovered that you can sell personal information for a lot of money
2020-07-02 10:00
what does the government know about me? do they know i watch shrek p*rn?
2020-07-02 10:05
What’s funny about USA and Americans is that many have low trust for authority and government, paranoid over them knowing anything about you. Meanwhile they don’t care at all that companies like Google and Facebook collects daily data on them and know more about them than any government does. Americans are so stupid, I mostly see only Europeans questioning big data and their shameful business ideas.
2020-07-02 10:38
I care just as much as I care about the government.
2020-07-02 18:38
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Ukraine Dert38
say it to my mum lmao
2020-07-02 10:47
It's pretty complicated. No one forces us onto websites or anything. Everyone wants privacy but the moment you walk into a public space (or a private website), you have to admit you put yourself there and everyone around you can see you. If I go to the store I'll be filmed by their surveillance cameras. How is that any different than if I go on a website and have a cookie placed in my temp folder? So much crime happens on the internet and I for one ain't sorry that the governemnt tracks certain tendencies, like catching pedos and jihadists, if that's what it takes. I actually don't mind. Your credit card payments are tracked, you can't walk into a store without getting filmed, everyone has a right to take pictures of you in a public space. So how is this not already the standard outside of the internet?
2020-07-02 10:57
I'm not sure I agree, I don't vvant the shit I say on reddit at 14 to be tracked back to me, I don't vvant my HLTV accounts, or discord account tracked backed to me, I've said plenty of things I don't agree vvith anymore, plenty of controversial things that could totally hurt my employ-ability, i've said things that would totally turn my life upside down if they got out. On the internet things are much more permanently and specifically tracked, it's just not comparable imo. Things on the internet generally come with an expectation of privacy. When you have a mall cop or security cameras, theyre not listening to your every word, or specifically tracking your every movement. Your actions should be traceABLE, but not available to the government at any given time, for any given reason. I generally go out of my way to disable cookies on every website I use, whereever possible.
2020-07-02 18:46
Here tje police don’t nevessarily need a warrant for those things
2020-07-02 18:08
I mean its EZ to hide your identity and protect your privacy if you are wiling to pay +-20$ a month
2020-07-02 18:15
Does a VPN really protect you though?
2020-07-02 18:29
Yes you can use Brave Browser with TOR built in - bit.ly/37y1OIW Protonmail as an email client - bit.ly/2BXkXs4 NordVPN - bit.ly/2ZrqGOW Opera with built in VPN - bit.ly/3eTtATf All VPNs offer pretty much the same shit you should just pick the one that has better UI in your opinion.Brave browser is better in my opinion because you can earn money for browsing internet and use TOR but it will slow down your download / upload speed if you want to hide your identity,thats why people pay for VPNs because they are faster than TOR.
2020-07-02 18:43
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