Simon Davies writes:
There’s no elegant way to express the following idea, but here goes anyway.
To put it bluntly, I’ve stopped worrying about whether the public cares about privacy – and I believe privacy advocates should stop worrying about it too.
Read more on The Privacy Surgeon.
Of course, some of us stopped caring about gaining majority support for privacy long ago. As the irrepressible Pogo wisely noted:
“But how ’bout if the ONE guy is right an’ the 10,000 is wrong…”