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This kind of rationale is why its a bad idea to say this is just natural primeval human behavior at work on the Internet. Totally benign. There should be a standard for privacy that is fought for. Instead we get some dipshit academic child-woman logic seemingly advocating the continued evisceration of rights to privacy. And fu weasel bs mod moron.
Isn't the concept of privacy lost when you put that information online? To me it's the same as announcing something in a news paper and then hoping no one you knows sees it. If there is something about you that can be easily googled then it's not private and in this day and age you shouldn't consider it to be.