Would you give up your privacy?

Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832) was an English utilitarian who argued that actions should be judged right or wrong to the point where they increase human well-being. He was known for his moral philosophy, which evaluated actions based upon their consequences,His theory states that “a person’s act is morally right if and only if it produces as much happiness as any other act that the person could perform at the time.”

I am willing to give up my privacy for the internet. Why is that? Well for one “privacy” is not a real thing. There is no privacy in the world, especially when it comes to the internet. I personally anything that we do online the government has full access to. For example, the government controls everything that is done on our phones. I could be just randomly talking about food, clothes, anything and minutes later there is an advertisement that is advertising what I was just talking about. I am willing to surrender privacy because most of my privacy goes to anything with my name attached on all technology devices. When giving up my privacy I expect all types of perks just for helping the government use my privacy if that makes sense.

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