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Privacy cannot exist when there is no transparency
It's not impossible to have privacy if there is no transparency, it is however impossible to prove.
States and for-profit organizations are mostly required by law to increase their revenues on an ongoing basis.
Hiding how it operates from its citizens or users is allowing the organization to use tactics and tools that wouldn't be acceptable in the open.
Can you point out which law(s) that is/are?
Without proper transparency individuals in organizations begin to "cover their own ass" and worry about their position in the long term, causing them to cut deals with those favorable to their own situation rather than favoring the organization or its constituents.
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Fallacy Of Slippery Slope
That it can happen doesn't mean it has to happen.
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