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The Privacy Commissioner of Canada : Annual Report 1999-2000

"Privacy is related entirely to the degree to which we respect each other as unique individuals, each with our own sets of values which we are entitled to make known or not as we see fit. To truly respect your neighbour, you must grant that person a private life. Respecting one another's privacy means the difference between a life of liberty, autonomy and dignity, and a hollow and intimidating existence under a cloud of constant oppressive surveillance." On a lighter note, I'm not sure if I am more troubled by the claims in this report or the fact that the report reprints old Cathy comic strips to further its arguments. ( 500kb )

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