Realistically this shift was inevitable. There is no restriction on corporate behavior, as it is essentially an abstraction layer in which rights can be made to disappear. Turns out those sovereign cinnamons were right all along that .gov was using the corporate principle as a dodge around the constitution.
Calling out the public-private partnershit for turning society into a prison. Unsurprisingly, the story is already buried in the media thanks to the la-le-leu-le-lo.
This is all the poisonous legacy of CALEA backdoors in SIM cards. All Pegasus takes to install is a missed call. I'm willing to bet money much of the scam calls are actually covers for infection vectors.
Less than 5% of women willing to form families with 50% of men means we will experience a catastrophic reduction in population within but a few generations.
Also good that they touched on the reality that much of the financial leadership in the country (like Janet Yellen) will increasingly be women. Their emotional inability to accept a lower standard of living essentially guarantees they will play the role of inflationista in the crack-up boom doomsday machine while this demographic collapse unfolds. The combination of rapid deflation due to population reduction combined with incredible levels of desperate money printing will result in an astonishing crash.
It's amazing that libertarians still have to be told this. You only have control insofar that .gov aligned people don't know what you are up to, and this has always been the case. Privacy is the only important right, and the lolbertarians have been on the forefront of "private company bro" excuses for destruction of this.
All you have to do is take over the licensing cartels. Any sane person realizes what a national security risk these are, but .gov doesn't care because the license raj is how they get their suck-off. Let entryists pervert it, who cares as long as they get theirs.
I mean, that makes sense, as much of the problems there have only been exacerbated by foreign intervention. Good luck having the do-gooder US Government respect their wishes however. I expect "regime change" if any significant reforms actually happen to resolve the ongoing problems there.