There once was a man from Stuttgart

A country branded by its dictatorial past, when surveillance was both dreaded and commonplace, Germany has some of the world’s toughest privacy laws. But after two attacks claimed by Islamic State and a mass shooting this summer, the government is pushing to recalibrate the balance between security and anonymity.  (from the Wall Street Journal)

There once was a man from Stuttgart

who said of surveillance, “Depart!”

“I wish to be free,

anonymously —

whenever I want just to fart!”

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