>>474710>Some of what is dividing these differences is generational, as Millennials and Gen-Z have come of age in a digital age environment in which reasonable expectations of privacy seem a relic of the past. “Those under 30 are most open to censorship by the government,” Kimball noted, adding that 42% of this cohort deem it “more important” to them that the government protect national security than guard the right to free expression.
100% glowies trying to manufacture consent.
If you asked people: Should the government be able to trample you rights simply by evoking a concept like "national security" Virtually everybody would say "Fuck NO".
If you asked people would you rather live have free expression or would you like to live under a censorship regime. Virtually everybody chooses free expression over censorship
If you asked people about whether they want their lives to be opaque enough that they have privacy, or whether they want to be spied upon the entire time. Virtually anybody would choose privacy.
There is no consent for privacy violations and violations of free speech.