The bottom-to-top transfer of secrecy
By Ted Rall
NEW YORK--Bob woke up so hung over from last night's orgy that the only way he could get right was to snort a little coke. Next he downloaded some senior sex porn, caught the latest jihadi agitprop at his favorite al-Qaeda Web sites and zipped through a school zone doing 100 in his unregistered, uninsured car. Bob leads a lifestyle that you'd assume would make him a fierce advocate of privacy rights. But it's possible to imagine a society in which Bob wouldn't need to keep anything secret.
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