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March 19, 2023, 3:49 p.m. | /u/SortOfEmbarrassing

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With facial recognition software, precise location tracking, and whatever else there is that I can't think of right now, I feel like there is practically no chance of staying private "in the real world".

I think we're moving in the right direction online with open source becoming more popular by the day, protecting our digital privacy more with each iteration, but the government seems to have no plan/incentive to open source any of these "real world" privacy invasive tools they …

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