Kinda like the new definition of "torture." Ed Brayton sums up my view:

The fact that people can reveal limited data about themselves voluntarily is hardly a justification for allowing the government to gather any data they want on us without our knowledge or consent. Any suggestion to the contrary is either rank idiocy or a baldfaced lie. It really is that simple.

Hey: Trust The Decider. He knows what's good for us. Alternatively:

The phrase "you gotta be fucking kidding me" comes to mind.

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