The price of privacy: When being poor means revealing all

The interviews when I applied for financial assistance from the government were humiliating. As kind as some of the workers at the Department of Health and Human Services were, the questions they had to ask forced me to share intimate details of my life I would have otherwise keep private.

This got me thinking about the right to privacy as a privilege for the powerful few. (read more)

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