@aral if nobody cares about their privacy, why do toilet cubicles have walls?
Nordic Privacy Area?
@aral But almost nobody does care actually. Don't get me wrong, it is sad, but it is the reality.
>There's an evend with "Privacy" in it's name
>Attend it, proclaim that people don't care about privacy so much they organized an event around it.
@aral Hessen, the part of Germany where I live, has recently voted on changes to it's Constitution. 15 separate changes. Out of those 15, the one with the most approval was the one about introducing the right to privacy and informational self determination.
@aral third one in this list: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volksabstimmungen_in_Hessen_2018 (sorry, there's no English version, afaik)
@aral I would say people care about it, they just don't want to lose any convince for protecting it.
It's a very common statement I hear: "I would use something else, but it's not as good integrate as the Google services. They just know how to make things so easy and usable." Then they talk about how something mentioned(! like a confirmation for a flight) in an email becomes automatically a calendar event.
So, what to do?
@aral I deal with this apathy towards privacy everyday. It seems like people no longer care. General idea is that those who do care must be hiding something.....
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