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Privacy is the right to be let alone. [1]


Everyone wants some privacy, but no one can explain that in a way that matches anyone else's desire for privacy. [2]


The amount of information that Facebook has accumulated about people is far more that most people understand[3]


The number of governments that have proposed "Solutions" to the invasions of "The Right to Privacy"[1] is large[4], but the results are meager and most law enforcement agencies are often in court trying to use any loop-hole to strip away privacy even where products have been specifically designed to maintain privacy.[5]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Warren and Brandeis The Right to Privacy Harvard Law Review
  2. Louis Menand Nowhere to Hide: Why Do We Care So Much About Privacy? The New Yorker June 18, 2018
  3. Brian X. Chen
  5. Jack Nicas Apple to Close iPhone Security Hole That Law Enforcement Uses to Crack Devices