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Personal Space

A few of my acquaintances have the unnerving habit of sharing much more of their personal life and problems with me than I care to know. They epitomize the phrase “TMI–too much information”. They don’t tell me TMI as a … Continue reading

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Thoughts About Privacy

My friend Jonathan’s life is not only an open book, he sometimes provides too much information about his personal life. Jonathan’s father says that Jonathan, Junior has had the habit of oversharing since his childhood. Meanwhile, Jonathan, Senior says that … Continue reading

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Reflections On Privacy

While putting away the groceries from the food shopping trip yesterday morning, I skimmed the receipt strip to double check for any price mistakes. Then I noticed that HyVee had subtracted 81-cents from the subtotal as “senior discount”. Naturally, I … Continue reading

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Wave At Surveillance

Last month, I attended a funeral at one of the area Baptist churches.  In my peripheral vision, I noticed one of those small black domes found in department stores, attached to the ceiling of the sanctuary.  While waiting for the … Continue reading

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No Place To Hide (Review)

I’ve been patiently waiting for the release of Glenn Greenwald’s new book and its appearance in the public library.  So, I was quite pleased to see it on the day after its release, parked on one of the shelves in … Continue reading

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Lone Wolves And Privacy

While driving along a rural highway this week, my thoughts became centered on the topic of privacy.  This is something I think about frequently these days because of all the revelations about the lack of it we endure every day, … Continue reading

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My Privacy Views

I spent a good portion of 2010 working for the United States Census Bureau.  It was my first, practical exposure to how large numbers of people view privacy concerns.  It was fascinating to observe how my fellow Northeast Nebraskans felt … Continue reading

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