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Individual data privacy is necessary for a healthy society
Protecting individual data privacy is necessary for a healthy society.
Privacy is important to human psychological development.
Access to large amounts of personal data leads to the ability to control an individual's opinions.
Privacy enables freedom of thought. Without freedom of thought we cannot develop ideas, and without ideas humans can’t do much and all progress is limited.
We need data and controls over it. Cars can carry and cars can kill. We allow them but regulate them.
One should be able to choose if he wants to share his personal data.
Individual privacy is a basic human right.
Privacy in action like voting is required to ensure the delegate votes with their true belief and without social pressure.
Large amounts of highly accessible personal data may lead to scientific discovery, or allow insight that would otherwise be impossible.
Collecting data is not intrinsically bad: what counts is what people or companies do with the data.
Secrecy is the root of corruption and therefore transparency is the antidote.
People with a clear conscience have nothing to fear from transparency.
Would Abolishing Privacy Be Beneficial?
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