Many people seem to misinterpret the meaning of Justice in life this day.
Privacy is something that is becoming increasingly sparse in the era of the 21st century with the advent of technology making the feat just easier then ever to go supposedly unnoticed.
We the people shall band together to fight for the rights to be appeased? As most all problems can be solved with reasonable discussion(s) to help each side understand the other.
Any sane society will have a good justice system in place to ensure just-do law is to be obeyed, while preventing any drastic actions to unfold.
As after all, you can't judge a person based on YOUR past experiences on a matter as those presumptions would fog the limitless perspectives we all carry as an individual into the playing field of life.
But some would rather push away a perceived problem with the easiest route possible since it's supposed the path of least resistance, and people don't like to feel wrong... Though that path usually involves more effort as any lies told will eventually catch up with the ill doers.
But for Justice to work it requires the parties to fuss up and get over the supposed feelings of entitlement, as most contentions are just a misunderstanding of one-another.
The video dives into the topics of protecting privacy from unjust tracking with technologies such as GPS's and cell tower triangulation, as that can lead to paranoid paranoia by the ones who are suppose to enforce and uphold the laws in place.
Police are not meant to be a mob in disguise, but more along the lines of a non-opinionated listener who treats others with respect.
This is a hard-pressed thing to uphold as they see much harshness and that effects the mindset of the initial good-doers; but certainly not an impossible feat to accomplish.
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