I am curious as to the individual thoughts and beliefs as to how far does the inherant right to privacy go.
This may be more of a theological question as it is political in nature or maybe more political. I'm sure the ideas on it are diverse. Europeans may have a different view than Americans, north, central or south. Eastern countries may have one spin on it as do Australians.
1) Should freedom be sacrified for security?
2) Do rights of privacy differ from city and population laden areas from that of
spread-out populated areas?
3) Does the right to privacy include noise invasion such as a rampant party
nearby invading your peace? Ie. sleep.
4) Where is the line between this right and civil liberty?
5) How much of this right should be rendered to the government?
6) How much of this right should be rendered to tolerance?
7) A tricky one: How do you feel about being videotaped without your
knowledge? Ie. street cameras, security cameras, or other. Or, being
listened to on a private phone call?
8) How much of your information should be publicly available to anyone
including the general public or agency?
9) Has the right to privacy changed in the digital age? For better or for worse?
These are just general topics as the range is undoubtably wide but it is a diverse area of opinion. Even if you are not a long winded poster you have a right to your say. Please do not let a rhetorical view dissuade you.