posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 05:23 PM
I saw this topic today
And it inspired me to pose a question. And the honest truth is, I want you're opinion and answer.
If somebody invented a camera which lived in your eyeball and could not be removed, would you do it? Reason I ask is the win-lose that would come
about. The results socially are something interesting. On one side, you would never be able to not see something. No cop could remove it, nobody could
steal it, and everything you live with would be recorded. The bad side, of course, is that you would never have any privacy.
So the question is, would you make the ultimate sacrifice for the republic? Sacrifice your privacy for everybody's freedom? For the freedom of
yourself and your fellow countrymen, would you through away all concepts of privacy? No cop could ever abuse you, no government agent ever shoot you
without legal excuse. It would be an end to all things called "brutality", but you would never live life through your eyes alone ever again. So, if
given the choice between insecure freedom and privacy, or secured freedom without any privacy, what would you do?
EDIT: I suppose I could add, do you think those in power would get desperate and make harder laws? Is the surrender of privacy the only way to allow
true revolution and reform for the ideal free republic?
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EDIT: As for myself, I think I would, perhaps with the only exception being that it would de-activate once I entered my house.
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