Here in America-land, we seem to believe we have a "Right Of Privacy."
I wonder about that.
Back in the 1700s, back in the Colonial days, if you were a bit of a poofter, if you drank too much, if you slept around, or if you cheated in business, EVERYBODY in your little town or rural hamlet eventually knew about it.
Anonymity, it seems, is a relatively recent concept.
Is a Right Of Privacy actually a rather sinister thing, and would society be better off if we just jettisoned such a thing for the common good?