“We privatize differently for each person or agency in our lives. Otherwise our society would turn to chaos. Each and every one of us invokes a subconscious privacy filter hundreds of times each and every day. When we speak to the checkout clerk at a store, we are likely to restrict the conversation to the weather, the price of tomatoes or some similar surface topic. We are not likely to discuss the intimate details of what transpired in a bachelor party the night before.
With our close friends we might divulge more secret aspects of our lives. With our boss we are likely to discuss nothing that might negatively affect our next raise or possible promotion. With our spouses, we might possibly divulge everything.
We privatize differently for each person or agency in our lives. Otherwise our society would turn to chaos. We are imperfect creatures, filled with greed, jealousy, anger, fear, envy and hatred — as well as grace, love, hope and compassion. But it is our propensity to judge our fellow humans that is the true problem. If everyone, knew everything about everyone else, riots would ensue — beginning with a rash of spousal shootings.” John McAfee – founder of McAfee Anti-Virus
Thanks to Business Insider