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Anti-Privacy Law and Regulation
Governments uniquely threaten privacy by establishing
laws and regulations that prevent individuals from remaining
anonymous or pseudonymous.
This is often done in the name of crime control and prevention,
or other important programs and policies. The threat to privacy created
by such laws and regulations, however, should be part of the calculus used to
weigh these programs and policies.
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