I need to see some preseason action too and get a better feel of it all. I been saying for a while though that if this team gets off to a slow start again this year we are in big trouble since week 3 with the Chargers (who always gives us trouble) and week 4 vs. the Jags in London will not be easy likely.
logical fallacy/paradoxical. You don't have to have anything to hide, to hide something. Statement assumes a person is guilty until proven innocent. You have an inherent right to privacy. The premise is that privacy is about hiding a wrong. It's not. Privacy is an inherent human right, and a requirement for maintaining the human condition with dignity and respect
Using the nothing to hide argument is like saying you don't care about free speech because you have nothing to say. its not about security vs privacy, its about liberty vs control.
It encourages a complete trust in state powers - that you will never face wrongful suspicion or misuse of powers, for only the guilty are affected by mass surveillance.
It also introduces the vague threat that just maybe, if you haven’t behaved, you do have something to fear. Not something to challenge, or criticise, but to fear
Journalists are frequently at risk of big business and government surveillance tracking their leaks, their stories, their whistleblowers, and their criticism of the government and the police
Lawyers rely on client confidentiality, a principle which is key for a fair trial, and for a working justice system
Doctors, hospital workers and their patients expect to have confidentiality when discussing personal health.
That kind of argument leaves you open. Would you be willing to hand over your phone unlocked, give me your password to all your email accounts, and allow photos of you naked to be shared about?
To further expound: The Congressional Research Service found that they could not count the number of federal crimes spread across 50 states. Therefore a person could not even know if they are acting in violation of a crime. Given the sheer number of laws, it is almost certain that law enforcement, if 100% effective, would find something illegal you did.