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"It’s about the next 20 years. Twenties and Thirties it was the role of government, Fifties and Sixties it was civil rights. The next two decades it’s gonna be privacy. I’m talking about the Internet. I’m talking about cell phones. I’m talking about health records and who’s gay and who’s not. And moreover, in a country born on the will to be free, what could be more fundamental than that?"-- Sam Seaborn, The West Wing "The Short List"
The protection of personal privacy in the increasingly digital and interconnected world is likely to be a defining struggle for the Net as it comes of age. Already the forces of despotism, paternalism, and aggressive corporatism have begun an accidental conspiracy to deprive every human being of the fundamental right to be left alone. The loss of privacy is about more than tracking perverts or criminals or customers. It's an assault against our freedom of conscience. It allows invisible discrimination and unchallengable recrimination, it encourages judgment without context.
Privacy Concerns on the Electronic Frontier