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This case says that privacy is more than just “something we should have because it feels good,” it is instead a necessity to protect ourselves from corruption. It may be easy to be swept up in deontology, and non-practical, abstract ideas, but remember: this does affect things far beyond just our privacy.
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Micah Chapman is a homeschooler from Keller, TX, who is going into his 7th year of competition. He has participated in all 3 forms of debate, and many various speech events. He has had 1st and 2nd place finishes at various tournaments, and placed 3rd in Parli at NITOC 2016. This last NITOC he received 1st place in Cold Reading.