Privacy is Overrated
You can sometimes sacrifice that value and enjoy your life better.
Because of that value you cannot just browse the net withour get
a GDPR notification. What's so bad about having less privacy?
I think sacrificing privacy can simplify our lives and make them
better. Why? What will happen if instead of asking you endless questions
people just know about you? What if the authorities won't ask you to
fill forms because they have all the information they need?
Last Saturday before the news, I watched a bit of an item about people
who live in small apartments with other individuals. There's a norm in
Tel Aviv, one of the bigs cities in Israel, to split apartments for rent
into smaller units. Even families live in those units, and children share
a rooms with their brothers and sisters as suggested by Sebastian Junger
in his book "Tribe". And they have a system of sharing their items with
They are a community.
OTOH, on the same TV item, I saw a man who lives alone in a 5 or 6 bedroom
apartment. Most of the times, the apartment is not in use because he spends
his time in another country.