Photo 24 Mar 579 notes natsukogirl76:

Omg

Shouldn’t Kanye be in the mirror?

natsukogirl76:

Omg

Shouldn’t Kanye be in the mirror?

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Photo 26 Sep 18,284 notes
Quote 9 Jun 182 notes

Commentators often attempt to refute the nothing-to-hide argument by pointing to things people want to hide. But the problem with the nothing-to-hide argument is the underlying assumption that privacy is about hiding bad things. By accepting this assumption, we concede far too much ground and invite an unproductive discussion about information that people would very likely want to hide. As the computer-security specialist Schneier aptly notes, the nothing-to-hide argument stems from a faulty “premise that privacy is about hiding a wrong.” Surveillance, for example, can inhibit such lawful activities as free speech, free association, and other First Amendment rights essential for democracy.

The deeper problem with the nothing-to-hide argument is that it myopically views privacy as a form of secrecy. In contrast, understanding privacy as a plurality of related issues demonstrates that the disclosure of bad things is just one among many difficulties caused by government security measures. To return to my discussion of literary metaphors, the problems are not just Orwellian but Kafkaesque. Government information-gathering programs are problematic even if no information that people want to hide is uncovered. In The Trial, the problem is not inhibited behavior but rather a suffocating powerlessness and vulnerability created by the court system’s use of personal data and its denial to the protagonist of any knowledge of or participation in the process. The harms are bureaucratic ones—indifference, error, abuse, frustration, and lack of transparency and accountability.

Photo 2 Jun 2 notes We All Look the Same in the Dark

We All Look the Same in the Dark

Photo 6 May 166,991 notes Why I can’t have kids, Reason #146

Why I can’t have kids, Reason #146

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Link 7 Apr 10 notes Island In A Forgotten Dream: How many internets are there?»

booleanearth:

Let’s start with this: what is the Internet? Facetious answers like “a series of tubes” and “where crazy people come together to talk about cats and pornography” aside, it’s something we use everyday, so we should have a good understanding of what it really is. Google defines it as “a global…

This is so stupid and just plain wrong. Durrr… there must be 83 different internets because I read on Wikipedia that there are like, totally 83 different languages. But I only sorta speak English so where are the rest of the Internets?

Photo 28 Mar 177 notes insooutso:

pocketcontents:

fuckyeahreligionpigeon:

More Last Supper.

Oh yeah

Sometimes there’s so much beauty in the world I can’t take it…

insooutso:

pocketcontents:

fuckyeahreligionpigeon:

More Last Supper.

Oh yeah

Sometimes there’s so much beauty in the world I can’t take it…

Video 6 Mar 48,521 notes

hitlersasshole:

carboncrusader:

I don’t know what the fuck I was expecting

lms if u cried

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Photo 28 Dec 1,630 notes pleatedjeans:

jim benton

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