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Nothing that we have authorized conflicts with any law regarding privacy or any provision of the constitution.
I have to understand what my strengths and limitations are, and work from a true place. I try to do this as best I can while still protecting my writer self, which more than ever needs privacy.
I feel like the quality of privacy and respect of people's personal space has been completely disintegrated. You can ask to take the picture. I will be so glad to take the picture and pose and look good for the picture.
You become a celebrity, not because of your work or what you do, but because you have no privacy.
Privacy is one of the biggest problems in this new electronic age.
I drive myself to and from work. I love the privacy.
The Oscar changed everything. Better salary, working with better people, better projects, more exposure, less privacy.
I'm way bigger than people think I am. I'm way bigger. I've been underrated all my life, and that's fine. I have privacy. I can walk the street without being hassled. I can be a regular guy. The price to give that up is so horrible. When you become a part of the hysteria - it's not completely in my hands - you have to hide.
I showed that privacy was an implicit right in Jewish law, probably going back to the second or third century, when it was elaborated on in a legal way.
As a result of this article, I was invited to testify in the Senate Judiciary Committee on privacy law.
When a show becomes a mega hit internationally, you lose a lot of privacy, you become a hider. It's not a human condition we are exposed to very often.
With existing technology, we can enforce airport security without sacrificing our personal privacy.
For thirty years, beginning with the invention of a privacy right in the Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade, the Left has been waging a systematic assault on the constitutional foundation of the nation.
My privacy is very intentional.
I have written a memoir here and there, and that takes its own form of selfishness and courage. However, generally speaking, I have no interest in writing about my own life or intruding in the privacy of those around me.
You lose your privacy, and sometimes, people don't see you as human.
If privacy ends where hypocrisy begins, Kitty Kelley's steamy expose is a contribution to contemporary history.
We have never really had absolute privacy with our records or our electronic communications - government agencies have always been able to gain access with appropriate court orders.
With those people, I'm very far apart, because I believe that government access to communications and stored records is valuable when done under tightly controlled conditions which protect legitimate privacy interests.
Privacy was in sufficient danger before TV appeared, and TV has given it its death blow.
I am a technological activist. I have a political agenda. I am in favor of basic human rights: to free speech, to use any information and technology, to purchase and use recreational drugs, to enjoy and purchase so-called 'vices', to be free of intruders, and to privacy.
Media reporting denied privacy to anybody doing what I do for a living. It was no longer possible to work on your picture in privacy.
James L. Brooks
I don't mind talking about my two daughters, but I don't feel comfortable denying them their privacy.
Most journalists now believe that a person's privacy zone gets smaller and smaller as the person becomes more and more powerful.
In exchange for power, influence, command and a place in history, a president gives up the bulk of his privacy.
Being very famous is not the fun it sounds. It merely means you're being chased by a lot of people and you lose your privacy.
I really fight for my privacy.
People watch me, waiting for me to slip up, so my privacy has gone - but that's a price you pay.
Since we enacted the PATRIOT Act almost three years ago, there has been tremendous public debate about its breadth and implications on due process and privacy.
I realize at one point, that I was being followed, and then I began to see the surveillance that was going past the road on my house. And so, these cars began to surveil me. People began to follow me around, and it did, it was very disrupting to think that your privacy was being violated, and for no reason that I could come up with.
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