Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Personal Privacy - NOT


How much should the government know about you?
Imagine when ordering pizza comes to this.

Do you think we have enough personal privacy? Would the benefits outweigh the intrusion?

5 comments:

windowtomymind said...

That was informative. It is too late, the government is in control already. When your front door is kicked in, just surrender and confess.

J.A. Coppinger said...

I'd find that a lot more humorous if I wasn't so damn scared it's dead on true!

There's no such thing as too much privacy. The sad truth is collecting personal data doesn't improve anyone's safety. the only people you get info on that way are the law-abiding folk. Criminals go to extreme lengths to cover their backtrail. So where's the benefit, other than to extend governmental control over everyday folk?

Sorry, just ranting a bit . . .

Later,

Jim C.

R.J. Baker said...

American's are having this debate and freedom and liberty, our foundation, go figure.

Its a shame that we espouse the proliferation of democracy and then stuggle with it our selves.

As Churchill said,"America does the right thing, after it tries everything else.

Nice blog BTW....

Tim Rice said...

I think we have surrendered too much to the government already. I much rather live with more risk from terrorists than lose the freedoms we have enjoyed. I don't like the idea of government as "Big Brother."

Anders said...

The goverment monitors anything it can get away with, from what library books you check out (there was a big fuss a while back about a writer who got in trouble for checking out certain books for research) to, apparently, what you eat for dinner. It's ridiculous.