>From: Lee Daniel Crocker <email@example.com>
> > > You have no right to privacy when you are in public.
> > Says who? Perhaps not out there in Hollywood where everyone's life is
> > for sale all the time, but not elsewhere. People have a right to be
> > respected and treated considerately wherever they are.
>Sorry Mike, but even radical libertarians don't argue that anyone
>has a positive entitlement to privacy, or even a right to privacy,
>anywhere but one's own home.
Well as you can see, *some* of them do.
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