Re: Morality and the Holodeck - slightly different question
R. Star wrote:
just because something can or may happen, doesn't justify an invasion of privacy.
Why is it important to protect the privacy of holodeck users, but NOT the privacy of those being simulated? Their concerns are just as important.
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