Editorial: Privacy not always in public interest

by Editorial Board - September 11, 2017

In a general sense, we agree people should be entitled to privacy. However, as with the right to free speech, privacy should not be a blanket entitlement. A person cannot shout “Fire!” in a movie theatre, and defend that idiotic action as free speech (unless, of course, there actually happens to be a fire). Likewise,…

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