Privacy’s moral weight, its importance as a value, does not shrink or swell in direct proportion to the numbers of people who want or like it, or how much they want to like it. Rather, privacy is worth taking seriously because it is among the rights, duties, or values of any morally legitimate social and political system.

Helen Nissembaum, Privacy in Context: Technology, Policy, and the Integrity of Social Life
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