evedently not this outcome of surveillance?

NYtimes seems to critique surveillance by giving some prominence to this study: Cleaning House: The Impact of Information Technology Monitoring on Employee Theft and Productivity.
While its pretty nice of nytimes to do that, I think the timing – public uproar re nsa – and the fact people thought a surveillance study was required are telling their own story..
Also, I think this is important because such studies – if they are scientifically sound – refer mostly to the narrow context of their event/occurrence. An interpretation is then taken to be ideological and prejudiced – sometime we need, etc.. – rather than of the necessity to live.. ie to be in a freedom process – so we don’t die culturally, mentally, etc..
Is being non-cannibalist an ideology?
Is being pro freedom and anti slavery a prejudice??

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