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Do we have a right to privacy, or is it just an illusion?

Asked by: Mike01506
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  • Absolutely. No one is truly alone.

    Let's first define the term "Privacy" as: "being with yourself and no one else." I think that's a fair definition. But then, we must ask the question: Are you ever alone? And let's face it: you are around people. Humans are designed to be around others. Even though the Media may say "you need you time" or "go take a vacation from everyone," all you are doing is going to where more people are. Go to Hawaii on a vacation? You are going to where more people are. But one might say: "Well, David, what if I go to my house, and I go to my room, and there is no one around. Then I'm alone, right?" Wrong. I would ask that person what s/he does while supposedly "alone." They might say they watch YouTube, text a friend, etc. These are forms of communication with (guess who) other human beings! There is no way to be alone. I rest my case.

  • Absolutely. You are never truly alone.

    Let's first define the term "Privacy" as: "being with yourself and no one else." I think that's a fair definition. But then, we must ask the question: Are you ever alone? And let's face it: you are around people. Humans are designed to be around others. Even though the Media may say "you need you time" or "go take a vacation from everyone," all you are doing is going to where more people are. Go to Hawaii on a vacation? You are going to where more people are. But one might say: "Well, David, what if I go to my house, and I go to my room, and there is no one around. Then I'm alone, right?" Wrong. I would ask that person what s/he does while supposedly "alone." They might say they watch YouTube, text a friend, etc. These are forms of communication with (guess who) other human beings! There is no way to be alone. I rest my case.


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