Privacy is just for crooks, says enlightened government agency


How do you tell your best friend that her boyfriend has all the charm of a malevolent vole?

How do you explain to your doctor that you’ve just contracted a minor ailment after a night of major Pinot-fueled enthusiasm?

And how do you reveal to your boss that, after two years of his dread ful direction, you’ve decided to enter a monastery?

May I suggest the answer to all of the above is: privately.

This logic, however, may not be embraced by, say, every millennial. It’s definitely not embraced by many government agencies.

Take, for example, the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission. I’ll tell you where you should take it privately.

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