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Lack of Privacy Destroys the Economy | Washington’s Blog

Lack of Privacy Destroys the Economy | Washington’s Blog.

Mass Surveillance Destroys Innovation, Trust, the U.S. Internet Market, and a Prime Ingredient Needed For Prosperity

Edward Snowden said this week:

The success of economies in developed nations relies increasingly on their creative output, and if that success is to continue we must remember that creativity is the product of curiosity, which in turn is the product of privacy.

He’s right. Anonymity and privacy increase innovation.

Anyone who has ever played a musical instrument knows that you need time to experiment and try new things in the privacy of your home – or your band’s garage – in order to improve. If every practice was at Carnegie Hall in front of a big crowd, you would be too self-conscious to experiment and try something new…

 

CISPA Is Dead; Internet ‘Privacy’ Safe Again (For Now) | Zero Hedge

CISPA Is Dead; Internet ‘Privacy’ Safe Again (For Now) | Zero Hedge.

Canada Privacy Breaches: More Than A Million Canadians May Have Had Data Compromised

Canada Privacy Breaches: More Than A Million Canadians May Have Had Data Compromised.

 

CISPA Vote: House Passes Cybersecurity Bill To Let Companies Break Privacy Contracts

CISPA Vote: House Passes Cybersecurity Bill To Let Companies Break Privacy Contracts.

 

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