[ExI] Re: possible scheme for privacy
spike66 at att.net
Tue Jul 22 21:03:11 UTC 2014
>… On Behalf Of William Flynn Wallace
Subject: Re: [ExI] Re: possible scheme for privacy
>…Is a bit of larceny built into all of us? Yes. And those who steal (yes, Spike, including those who try to rip off the IRS - not you of course) will value privacy.
BillW, I am not a particularly a privacy advocate, in fact I lean toward openness. But I am an openness fanatic when it comes to government employees. Government jobs carry the risk of enormous power, which always results in you-know-what. So I would propose that all government bureaucrats’ email communications, twitter tweets, instant messaging, e-chat, radio, telephone, handwritten notes, smoke signals and subtle facial gestures, all of it be made public domain.
The light would shine like a laser, and it would result in the most transparent administration in history.
People ripping off the IRS is a problem. The IRS ripping off people is a bigger problem. Openness is the solution.
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