I was recently steered to this a YT video (which I haven't
watched yet, 'cuz my mobile data is running low, but I will
watch at a later time):
..but I did start to read some of the comments about it. In
the collection were some interesting remarks about the "have
nothing to hide" argument..
And then all the pro-privacy arguments were done on
Youtube, owned by one of the most privacy unfriendly
corporations on Earth.
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