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I’m told that the East German government had guest books in every
apartment complex. Anybody visiting somebody else had to write it into
the guest books, so the government could keep tabs on who had been in
touch with whom. It was horrible. The government owned the guest books.
Currently, states in Europe and agencies in the United States are implementing telecommunications data retention, so that governments can keep tabs on who has been in touch with whom, when, for how long, and even from where.
Where is the difference? Where is the difference?
I’m looking at this over and over again, and chills go down my spine as I don’t see any.