The times, they are A-Changin.
"THE LINE" in Saudi Arabia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Line,_Saudi_Arabia
Digital rights researchers such as Vincent Mosco suggested that the city’s data collection scheme could make it a "surveillance city", because of arrangements that would distort consent to sharing data, and because Saudi Arabia’s poor human rights record might imply potential misuse of data. Neom CEO Joseph Bradley said that the Neom coordinators were resolving privacy issues and that Saudi Arabia had a personal data protection law.
Well, ok then, there’s a law on the books to protect people’s privacy in "The Line"....CASE CLOSED!
Ah, I have this bridge I’ve been meaning to sell...cheap.
dial 1-555-screw me, for a great deal.