…O be some other name!
What’s in a name? That which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet….

William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet

Public surveillance violates a right to privacy  because it violates contextual integrity as such, it constitutes injustice and even tyranny.

Helen Nissenbaum: Privacy as Contextual Integrity
Washington Law Review, VOL 79, No 1, 2004

 …contraversial theory of identity: that our lives are best lived when we have a single identity that persist over time, so your grandparents get the same experience of you that your lover does, your boss sees the same side of you that your toddler does…

Cory Doctorow: Google Plus forces us to discuss identity
Guardian

…every entity shall be identical to itself…
…a misdemeanor fine of up to one-tenth of a cent would be imposed on aynone or anything caught being unidentcal to itself within city limits…

Jonathon Keats, Berkly Law of Identity proposition

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