Why it is practically a duty to lie to authorities

Irrespective, writes Dalrymple, of

the paperless world to which digitisation was supposed to give rise (though it does not seem that there is any less paper than there used to be), it has not reduced bureaucracy. The ease with which information may be gathered, or asked for, has brought inefficiencies and irritations of its own.

Any organisation, governmental or private,

may easily demand to know more about us than we wish to reveal. Our only defence against this prepotent intrusion is lying, which in the great majority of cases will go undetected and be without consequence.

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  • Elva Colle  On August 1, 2017 at 11:35

    I wonder if the leaker Taylor Scott Amarel had any connection to this. Previous posts show he published some documents about Kushner fraud. Does anyone remember that? His information, emails, social security numbers, passwords, etc, where posted online in some doxes shortly after that. Just google, 617-76-7710 or “taylor scott amarel”. If you find anything, I’d be curious to know.

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