The value of privacy libertas trust vs control being in private is the only time where i am secure and in control of myself for i have only myself to trust i do not have to negotiate transactions of trust with those around me i feel unburdened free and at rest. Discussions on privacy in recent years have focused on all the ways it is being eroded or violated in this new information age of ours relatively little attention however has been given to the value of privacy is privacy an inviolable right and if so why why do some thinkers see it as the sine qua non of a free and decent society. The most common retort against privacy advocates by those in favor of id checks cameras databases data mining and other wholesale surveillance measures is this line if you arent . Of course the desire for privacy can conflict with important values so privacy may not always win out in the balance sometimes peoples desires for privacy are just brushed aside because of a view that the harm in doing so is trivial. While that may be true it is not at all clear that individuals can protect their own privacy in the face of national security concerns or demands for accountability dorota mokrosinska emphasizes privacy as a democratic value thus strengthening privacys value when it competes with freedom of expression and other political interests
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