The Changing Expectation of Privacy

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A week ago, I predicted that people who went down to a protest would be rounded up and dragged off to jail. This is one of thousands of examples of the scenario I referred to.

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I have no idea who this person is, or what she has done. Perhaps she deserves to be arrested; but, I doubt it. That’s not really the point. It’s important to embrace the fact that there is no such thing as anonymity, and all men should understand this completely.

You can be masked, in a large group, with a burner phone, and there is an excellent chance that anything you do will come back to you, sooner rather than later, despite all your best opsec and security precautions. The extensive network of cameras which one can see on every corner, in every American city, is keeping track of you.

As if that weren’t enough of a reason to stay away from these protest marches…

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Author: Boxer

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3 thoughts on “The Changing Expectation of Privacy”

  1. It’s all fun and games till you get arrested .. amd they’ll come get you when you don’t have thousands of allies at your side.

  2. It’s all fun and games till you get arrested .. amd they’ll come get you when you don’t have thousands of allies at your side.

    That’s exactly right. Tons of revolutionary potential got expended in a week. They can deface all the statues they want. The movers and shakers didn’t give a shit about monuments anyway. Nothing will change, and now the feminist state has the excuse to put thousands of fresh, new hands to work in prison sweatshops.

    Good job, boys and girls!

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