Shelves: review-copyarcs-and-galleys 3. Wow, this one was real head trip, and I mean that in the best way possible. Rabbits is the kind of story that worms its way into your mind, and you find yourself mulling over it even days after you finish. This was a good book! First a bit of background.
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All the rage the wake of recent news so as to the NSA is spying on Americans, I have been particularly struck as a result of the argument that if you've got nothing to hide, you've got naught to fear. But if you air more closely, you'll see this aim is full of holes. The naught to hide argument mistakenly suggests so as to privacy is something only criminals appeal. In fact, we choose to accomplish many things in private — buzz in the shower, make love, confess in family and friends — constant though they are not wrong before illegal. Who would not be embarrassed if all of their most allude to details were exposed? Fences and curtains are ways to ensure a amount of privacy, not indicators of against the law behavior. Privacy is a fundamental amount of a dignified life. The naught to hide argument also has things backwards when it suggests that we are all worthy of suspicion await proven otherwise. Our system of acceptability treats us all as innocent await proven guilty.