- Michael Bradham
- Haleiwa, HI
- United States
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Would internet surveillance/privacy issue within US be eased by considering privacy of other nations?
One solution may be to stop feeding internet emotion. Or, stop feeding internet anything you would not want to see on the front page of a popular newspaper.
Concerning United States privacy: how many individuals living in other countries has United States reached out and permanently decreased their daily privacy?
Whose presence decreased their privacy? Was it US government, US citizens, US military, US private companies, US tourism, US medical tourism, US ecotourism?
If a solution is to be found, would it be reasonable to consider weighing human rights within US, against human rights taken from other countries by the US?
Seems human rights taken from others is now coming back to get US. As privacy within US decreases, may be an opportune time to give back human rights/privacy once taken from others. This notion appears to be missing altogether from this situation. It is necessary to give back to others because it may help prevent privacy within US from dropping too low, because if it drops too low within US, whatever that level of privacy is, it may once again be forced onto other nations.