So, privacy is almost never individual and almost always community. And there’s a paper that’s going to be published soon by researchers in the Plurality movement that reestablished a framework to contextual confidence. So, when we’re among friends in a meeting and so on, we speak our mind, chat in house rule, and things like that. But as a group, if that confidence is destroyed, then there’s a common loss for the group, not to any particular individual. And that is easy to quantify. So, the point was more like analyzing again on the unit of a confidence group, plural public, instead of on individual. This is impossible to quantify.

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