Privacy no longer can mean anonymity, says [Kerr]. Instead, it should mean that government and businesses properly safeguard people’s private communications and financial information.
Kerr’s comments come as Congress is taking a second look at the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
Privacy means that neither this substance eater nor his penny-shining masters have access to information that has nothing to do with them.
Privacy means anonymity. Because if it doesn't, then you go away and we hire someone else to protect our property. Is that easy enough for you to understand? Because it's really pretty simple.
Moreover, it's difficult to justify any further infringement of privacy rights when your national intelligence can't even finger the true troglodytic perpetrators of 9-11. Just pretend that you're a pig; grunt and snort and root around in garbage and you'll find your guilty party soon enough.