We live in a society where shadowy figures influence what makes the news, who goes to jail, and even who lives or dies. We live in a system where corporations and the state work together to take control of our information, our communications, and potentially even our future digital souls. So we do not merely have the right, but rather the obligation, to fight for our privacy. It is a simple human right that is essential for a functioning democracy, recognized as such after WW2 and enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. But we seem to…

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