You already have zero privacy – get over it.

By | April 10, 2006

eWEEK‘s Larry Seltzer posted an opinion piece saying that surveillance cameras that monitor public places don’t violate anyone’s privacy because nobody has an expectation of privacy out on the street.

While this may seem like a timely debate about freedom versus security given the current circumstances, check out my earlier post on this issue dating back to 2003 titled “Who cares about your privacy anyway?

Well, things are really moving along in that direction, don’t you think?

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