Individual citizens have less privacy than the government they fund.
A: “Well, ah, yes, sir. I mean, it is the minister’s policy after all.”
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*[[Mr. Bureaucrat, tear down this privacy fence!]]
*[[A rotting slab of Davis-Bacon drives prevailing-wage policy]]
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...the Government in Secret Sect: claims of site misuse, cost and security or privacy concerns.
To keep that from happening, Kentucky needs a policy requiring all three branches of government to put their checkbooks online i
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In other words, there’s no reason that good policy cannot also be good politics.
...tabase of his office’s spending — while properly addressing legitimate privacy concerns — why can’t Beshear get the state’s checkbook online, too?
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...e their style.<br><br>If the goal of your landscaping project is increased privacy, then choose a variety of tree that grows quickly. These trees will quickly
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