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    “If you’re living a normal life,” Thornhill reassures me, “then, frankly, you have nothing to worry about.”

    Literally the nothing to hide argument.

    “People will give up their privacy to get something they want,” he said.

    He is admitting that their product is an attack on privacy, as if that was a good thing. This is just sad.

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        Is she really trying to “blackmail” the man who supposedly “hacked” her into providing technical support?

        Her thought process is messed up.

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          I suspect that she’s thinking that hacking is analogous to physical vandalism and is trying to pressure him into providing restitution. That sort of thing can actually work in small communities. She just doesn’t realize the improbability of it working in this type of case.