I guess I'll be one of the few dissenting voices speaking up in defense of EdFred, even though I'm a relative newcomer to this forum. An expectation of privacy, and to not have your day-to-day activities monitored by a governmental body, does not necessarily indicate fear of being "caught" doing something wrong.. it just means you have an expectation of privacy and do not wish to be monitored by a government. Parents monitor their children for their children's safety and to help the parents stay abreast of what their children are doing so that the parents can continue to help shape and form their children's behavoir and skills so that they grow into productive, responsible, kind human beings. By the time we become responsible adults, many of us no longer wish to be monitored, as we ARE productive, responsible adults who now have a right to live private lives. There is nothing nefarious about it. It's just insulting to some of us that we are constantly being "overseen" by a governing body. Yes, I've nothing to hide, and the vast majority of us will probably never experience a real-world example of harm coming to us personally because of government surveillance or overreach, but that doesn't mean we should continue to give up increasing amounts of our privacy and freedom to move about without being tracked. It's not paranoia in the least.