Security versus privacy: there is no balance, and that’s intentional

Image by Light Brigading David Lacey has written a thoughtful post at Computer Weekly entitled Security versus privacy – a difficult and uncomfortable balance. I have not bothered to comment to any great extent about the NSA activies and Snowden because, as Lacey so aptly points out, they’ve ” revealed nothing surprising to the security professional, generated little visible citizen reaction and presented no new issues in ethics or policy.” Like David Lacey, I am “neither an advocate nor a critic of covert eavesdropping”. I do believe in national security. I am grateful that NSA and other surveillance programs are…

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