I tried to avoid hyperbole in this title. I failed. Take in this cartoon and you’ll see why.
In short, this shows that it’s not the keeping of information from curious people that we have to worry about, it’s the inundation of information upon stupid people that’s much more dangerous.
The risk is not that we’ll be unable to find information, the risk is that we won’t care to find it, or won’t know it when we see it.
Ultimately this means the problem is with the people, not with the information or the government.
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