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On April 15, 2013 there was a tragic bombing at the Boston Marathon. Almost instantly pictures and videos of "suspects" started to appear on the web. Was this a good thing? Do you have concerns?
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George Orwells "1984" film
Apr 28, 2013 VORVOLAKOS A
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Just watch the film and then wonder if this should be the life in the near future. Wonder if you are prepared to abandon your privacy for the illusion of more security. Feel like a celebrity with all the paparatchi around you but without the money that follows the celebrities.

Go on the "suspects" then. What about that Brazilian guy shot dead by London Police because he ran in the subway. Would anybody like to be in his shoes ? Well some might think "collateral damage", a price to be paid for increased security. Well certainly i would not like to be the currency in such transaction.

And definitaly I would not like "carnivore" to analyse this idea of mine but i know it does allready.

So my idea is to control the controllers, have specific rules, constitutional rules for surveilance, and do not allow changes in the rules in view of "easying" privacy laws to buy more security. Try to root out the motives of people doing such attrocities otherwise there will always be more.

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