The Great Debate©: What Are the Proper Boundaries for Personal Privacy?
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December 30, 2012 - 12:22am
by Michael Rozeff and Walter Block, Lew Rockwell.com
Two frequent authors at LewRockwell.com argue the proper protection of personal privacy rights in the U.S., focusing on the writings of Murray Rothbard. Michael Rozeff presents a view critical of Prof. Rothbard, while Walter Block mounts arguments in defense.
Extremely Serious Privacy Problem in America
by Michael Rozeff, LewRockwell.com
An item about surveillance of conversations in buses has again raised my concern about the vanishing of privacy in America. I view this disappearance and transformation of life into a Kafka-esque world as an extremely serious problem. Privacy is absolutely essential to a person, to normal functioning, to personal interactions with others, to social cooperation with others, and to a proper relation between each American and the governments ruling them. Government officials and bureaucrats, in th...
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