For as long as I’ve known myself I’ve been a proponent of privacy, mine and everyone else’s. So much so, naive as this may sound, I believe it’s an inalienable right. Clearly neither the press or politicians agree with me because God knows nothing seems to be sacred any more. Nothing.
Whether you’re famous or not your life, and any secrets you may have, or mistakes you may have made are up for grabs. Doesn’t matter if it’s a jealous co-worker or vicious ex telling tales out of school, Presidential candidates trying to smear each other into losing elections or TMZ reporters and ordinary citizens with cell phone Continue reading