Eric Schmidt On Privacy (VIDEO): Google CEO Says Anonymity Online Is ‘Dangerous’

Unless you walk outdoors with a bag over your head, or a ski mask, you are in the public domain. Anonymity allows for all kinds of behavior outside the bounds of social norms and has a long tradition going back to masquerades and shamans. You can pitch a fit, but we do have some constitutional and legal protections to privacy For most people, anonymity is about porn, but for many its about politics, religion, and belief if they live in a society that persecutes their particular political or religious view. Face it, there is no privacy in the old sense unless you completely disconnect and go off the grid.
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