I knew what /s meant. /s = sarcasm. Privacy is nothing to be lightly joking about. If the government won’t respect the privacy of its people, then they shouldn’t be in office at all. The American government has always promised to be run by the people, yet it never is. They break their promises more than they realize. They think us Americans shouldn’t learn the truth about why they’re being so scandalous. Their corrupt, racist and sexist remarks are disrespectful and unacceptable. I may be white, but I’ll gladly defend any race and any gender from the racist and sexist affairs that our own government is charging at us. I respect every race and every gender and every age and every generation, but I will not let our bipartisan government throw us into anarchy. They force us to choose sides, and they force us against each other while they continuously make everything worse. In 2020, I hope people will realize that the Democratic and Republican debate needs a complete overhaul, because apparently Common Sense Isn’t So Common Anymore!
You clearly didn’t read my comment correctly. The bathroom comparison is meant to represent that government agencies have no respect for our privacy. They disrespect the people they serve, and their racist, sexist attitude towards their people is downright cruel, retarded, and unacceptable.
Don’t let money consume your intentions. It’ll only get worse. Don’t ignore the fundamentals and don’t twist the truth for a lump of cash. That’s how bad reputations start. No wonder people don’t like Democrats and Republicans: both sides berate each other because they won’t admit that they both are corrupted by their lusts for cash at the expense of the lives of millions.
If you want a fair internet, don’t be greedy about money and admit the truth. The truth shall set your free.
Of course it should not be illegal to keep people’s internet searches private. If the government doesn’t respect privacy on the internet, that’s like the FBI having an agent stand with you in the bathroom as he watches you pee/poop (within the public stall for non-residential examples such as colleges and offices) and then reports how many bowel movements you made which would be leaked for others to see. In a word, NASTY!
Privacy is important in every aspect, and because we have privacy and respect outside of the internet, we need the respect of privacy on the internet as well. Not in terms of censorships - don’t get the wrong idea. That’s why some browsers have a private tab available so that Google (or whatever internet company provides the browser) won’t keep record of what you searched online in a private tab. They even have that feature on the iPhone’s Safari app as well.
I apologize for any misspells. Using an iPhone’s keyboard is hard no matter what size phone you use.