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Opinion piece in the Baltimore Sun about privacy: 

Experts worry that, over time, continued sweeping invasions of our privacy – whether for commercial convenience or national security – will fundamentally change what it means to be an American.

When we know that our movements, phone conversations, purchases and behavior are monitored, recorded and used to judge us, how can we retain the sense of personal pride and independence that defined us?

In the words of Louis Brandeis: ”Privacy is the right to be alone – the most comprehensive of rights, and the right most valued by civilized man.”

Link here via Catherine.