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The Marshall Mathers LP

So unless you?ve been living under a rock for the last few days or just don?t spend
that much time getting caught up in news that isn?t news, you probably know that
there was a pretty huge leak of various celebrities? photos thanks to somebody
hacking into their cell phones.
Today Is a Beautiful Day

Sure it might seem like all fun and games, and everybody is caught up in the ?omg finally x?s nude
pics leaked yes best day ever?, but those bodies belong to people and those people had their
privacy violated.
5Napalm Death

If you live in the United States (I?m sure there are other parts of the world just as caught up
in this issue as the U.S., but I?m not too globally aware), then the whole ?privacy and personal
security? debate has been ongoing for a while now, especially recently thanks to plenty of
information related to the NSA (National Security Agency).
OK Computer

There have been many questions raised as to the legality and extent to which lots of these
organizations may operate. Similarly, there have been plenty of questions concerning how
personal security can be more tightly maintained and how much oversight should be allowed
concerning said privacy.
3Dark Tranquillity
Damage Done

Celebrity leaks and government leaks are probably the most oft-referenced examples
of these matters, but they usually teeter on opposite sides of the seesaw. While the
former is usually considered a blatant infringement of personal privacy, there are
times when they resurface from being posted elsewhere or garner attention because
of things like spiteful exes or underhanded people working in the media, and the
nature of the issue becomes less black and white.
...and Justice For All

Similarly, the latter is usually met with two types of responses: the government should not have
been hiding this from the people, and the people deserve to know about this information (this is
true of the U.S. at least), or that the person/people uncovering this information are the ones
solely at fault and the government withholds the right and the ability to keep any information
they wish from the public. There are in-between opinions obviously, but the most notorious are
these two extremes.
1maudlin of the Well

So all in all, what are your thoughts on privacy? What are your thoughts on
security, personal information, etc.? I?m especially curious to know the opinions on
people that are not from the United States.
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