@steko I think, regarding the privacy aspect, that those without the "privilege" of owning those things are better off NOT owning those things. Granted, there are certain instances where it might be needed for accessibility (a blind person who could make use of an assistant-driven appliance), but the lack of such things in this regard is a good thing. Those who work in IT know this, hence avoid them on purpose. Not so with the masses in general. @jpmens
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