Friday, June 14, 2013

[PL 211] The nothing-to-hide argument

In the wake of the NSA wiretapping controversy, some have argued as follows:
If you have nothing to hide, then you should not worry about the NSA surveillance program. If you do have something to hide, then you don't deserve to keep it private.

Is this a good argument?

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