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Would Abolishing Privacy Be Beneficial?
Abolishing all aspects of privacy (through an omniscient public database of all observable actions) would be beneficial to those in liberal democracies.
The world will become more tolerant and empathic.
The world will become more productive.
The world will have better politics and governance.
The world would become safer and free of crime.
The world will become significantly more honest and transparent.
The absence of privacy goes against human nature and harms our autonomy.
This will create a
where the constant possibility of shame and punishment causes people to heavily regulate their actions.
Certain work requires privacy to perform effectively.
The right to privacy is a
: inherent and invaluable to all humans.
This will enable 'cyber stalking' and other targeted forms of harassment.
This will lead to widespread discrimination against certain groups.
Individual data privacy is necessary for a healthy society
Is the state necessary and beneficial to society?
Would Humanity Be Better Off Under A Global Government?