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The Privacy Pickle

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In the meantime, another compelling conversation has been raging for some time now, and Linux Girl would be remiss not to cover it, because it's an important topic.

Privacy, that is -- and the costs that go along with it.

"Is privacy only for those with something to hide?" was the title of the open ballot on TuxRadar, specifically, and it's kicked off quite a debate of its own.

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