"Americans need to shift their definition of privacy to center instead on the proper maintenance and protection of personal data by government and business entities."
Kerr's comments come at a time when the US government is trying to address objections over the Foreign Surveillance Intelligence Act. In particular, the question is whether or not telecommunications companies deserve immunity for their involvement in illegal wiretapping beginning in 2001. Kerr seems to be saying, hey guys, what they did isn't bad at all, you should be impressed how secret it all was, really.
The NeoCons continue to make parody obselete.
IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH! FREEDOM IS SLAVERY! WAR IS PEACE!
Why do you ask, citizen?