the government spying on us while we are doing things.
i agree with it because most people don't have many things to hide if we are asked if we are hiding something.
My biggest concern is if they can really see everything we do online like they can view our history and what we do online.We can stop cyber attacks by preparing for it by getting better security and better firewalls to stop people from interfering with elections
Privacy is important for everyone inside the world. Everyone needs there privacy to keep things private.
My biggest concern is that people need there privacy. People shouldn't be watching you in your house. Even if people don't have anything to hide there should not be people watching you.
1.My biggest concern about privacy in the United States are online hackers. People can get into your account easily nowadays and could possibly steal your identity.I do not agree with the Nothing to hide argument. Even if you have nothing to hide I feel that you still should get your privacy.
1. My biggest concern is that if they have all of our information, what is stopping very talented hackers from stealing it? What if their barriers and codes and inscriptions don't keep people from getting it?
2. I agree that it is fine when you aren't doing anything wrong, I just find it creepy that the government is always watching and spying.
I don't care about the "Nothing hide argument" because I don't have anything to hide so I know I wouldn't get into any trouble. And my biggest concern about privacy in the U.S. is that people can literally hack into any technology that you have and like look through all of your files. And through your pictures/ videos. Also some hackers like to be petty and post stuff and make things go viral in a bad way.
I believe we should only have the government watching us if we are doing something suspicious. I don't want to worry about everything I do being seen and me being watched if I'm not doing anything wrong, or worth having someone spying on me.
My biggest concern about privacy in the United states is that the information collected by the US getting out to other countries. I do agree with the Nothing to Hide Argument. If you are not doing anything wrong what is wrong with them seeing. The only reason you have to worry is if you are guilty of something.
That the United States shouldn't have to watch you through your device if your clearly not doing nothing. Yes, because we shouldn't have to hide nothing if you aren't doing nothing illegal. You can stop cyber attacks by just not respond to them.
My biggest concern is when on a phone or social media i don't want to be tracked i kinda agree with the not to hid argument for terrorist or illegal plots but people still need their privacy any not be monitored all day.
1.We don't get privacy. 2.No because if we can't know what the government is doing behind are back then they shouldn't know what were doing. 3.More and better security.
1. Privacy hardly really exists anymore.
2. No. Just because you have nothing to hide does not mean you should be okay with not having privacy. If all your business can be seen, anybody who decides they dislike you can use the information against you.
3. If the way to prevent the problem infringes on the rights and liberties of US citizens, then we shouldn't be too worried about stopping it, and instead be prepared to recover from it.
the thing that concerns me is that the government can see everything i watch or say. i do agree with the nothing to hide argument because i have nothing to hide.
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