Брюс Шнайер о соотношении прайвеси и безопасности

Брюс Шнайер пишет:
Since 9/11, approximately three things have potentially improved airline security: reinforcing the cockpit doors, passengers realizing they have to fight back and—possibly—sky marshals. Everything else—all the security measures that affect privacy—is just security theater and a waste of effort.
И особенно:
The debate isn’t security versus privacy. It’s liberty versus control.
Вот ещё кусок:
It should be no surprise that people choose security over privacy: 51 to 29 percent in a recent poll [...] If you set up the false dichotomy, of course people will choose security over privacy — especially if you scare them first. But it’s still a false dichotomy.
И ещё он Франклина цитирует:
The famous quote attributed to Benjamin Franklin reads: «Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.» It’s also true that those who would give up privacy for security are likely to end up with neither.
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