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When I find myself getting sanctimonious about privacy policies, I remember that I came into the world socially, privacy violated and violating - I was born of another's body, stark naked, through her very privates. With that visual in mind, I find my outrage and idealism about the sanctity of privacy getting pretty infantile. I get realistic about privacy and people: All the people, all the time, cannot be made to do the right thing. Most of the people, most of the time, however, will. With people, that's the deal.

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