It is a frequently heard presumptive the world over… “If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear”. As this documentary demonstrates, that is a flawed way of viewing the topic of privacy and surveillance. Privacy is more than merely a “lifestyle” choice – it is the modern expression of our most basic rights. This film will make tangible the meaning behind the “presumptive”, which implies that only those with intent to break the law need privacy. In fact the most essential elements of the 1st Amendment all insist on privacy and anonymity.
Nothing to Hide, Nothing to Fear
- Post author:Cogtropolis
- Post published:May 20, 2020
- Post category:Privacy / Security
Tags: corporate, data, Government, internet, monitoring, privacy, surveillance, tracking