> You have no right to privacy when you are in public.
It depends. You are not required to strip naked in the public.
So I believe on could add on technology to ensure privacy much like
one can assure a certain level of privacy using clothes, or putting
your hand over your mouth while speaking to somebody, etc. Of course,
this will become an arms race, as usual. And only those with enough
money can buy real privacy for themselves, as usual. Whether this
``is'' good or bad depends on one's outlook.
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