Multilingual AI translation:

Alexa


The nothing to hide argument states that individuals have no reason to fear or oppose surveillance programs unless they are afraid it will uncover their own illicit activities. An individual using this argument may claim that an average person should not worry about government surveillance, as they would have “nothing to hide”.


Edward Snowden aptly challenges this notion, stating, “Saying, ‘I don’t care about privacy because I have nothing to hide,’ is like saying, ‘I don’t care about freedom of speech because I have nothing to say.’


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See also: patents.google.com/patent/US20160259308A1/en (Smart-home automation system that suggests or autmatically implements selected household policies based on sensed observations)


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