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Nothing to hide, lose, fear, or ever prove. Nothing to hide, lose, fear, or ever prove. Chorus Nothing to hide, nothing to loose, Nothing to fear, and nothing to prove, He loves us just the way He made us. And no matter how high, no matter how low, No matter how far we still have to go, He loves us just the way He made us. Chorus Dec 02, 2014 · The Prime Minister has used the “nothing to fear nothing to hide” argument in support of handing beefed up surveillance powers to his deep-state masters. r0b has done no such thing. Surely even you, PG, can see why your question is ridiculous. Jul 19, 2012 · In the comments to yesterday’s post about Sweden’s DNA register, some expressed the “nothing to hide” argument – that efficiency of law enforcement should always be an overriding factor in any society-building, usually expressed as “if you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear”. This is a very dangerous mindset. Nothing to hide, nothing to fear? Written By: karol - Date published: 8:01 am, July 28th, 2013 - 63 comments Categories: activism, afghanistan, People, IMO, confuse "I have nothing to hide" with "I have nothing illegal to hide." Yes your secret cross dressing fetish is legal but you don't want the government or some detective "accidentally" revealing that information or using it as leverage against you.

Responding to “Nothing to hide, Nothing to fear” This powerful sentence does many things: 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.

“If You Have Nothing To Hide You Have Nothing to Fear” is a phrase attributed to everyone from Joseph Goebbels to George Orwell. It was repeated more recently by William Hague to justify the UK’s intelligence agencies harvesting of digital communication - though I am not sure whether Hague was quoting Goebells or Orwell when he repeated The classic argument goes, “If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear.” Clearly, no law-abiding citizen should have a problem with sacrificing their privacy for safety. Unfortunately, the issue of surveillance isn’t that simple. There are many private matters that are not crimes, but that we would like to keep private. In a nation that casts aside the shield of individual liberty for the fig leaf of faith in a benevolent government, citizens with nothing to hide have precisely everything to fear.

In fact, relying on this kind of appeal to authority is the wrong way to deal with this - the concept of "Nothing to hide, nothing to fear" needs to be challenged on the falsenes of its own claims (i.e. how it is wrong in and of itself), not because some bad guys said it. In his time Hitler said plenty of profound, insightful and useful things

Your Data: If You Have Nothing to Hide, You Have Nothing to Fear. Our value is founded on a unique and deep understanding of risks, vulnerabilities, mitigations, and threats. Domestic Surveillance plays a vital role in our national security by using advanced data mining systems to "connect the dots" to identify suspicious patterns. Nothing to hide, lose, fear, or ever prove. Nothing to hide, lose, fear, or ever prove. Chorus Nothing to hide, nothing to loose, Nothing to fear, and nothing to prove, He loves us just the way He made us. And no matter how high, no matter how low, No matter how far we still have to go, He loves us just the way He made us. Chorus Dec 02, 2014 · The Prime Minister has used the “nothing to fear nothing to hide” argument in support of handing beefed up surveillance powers to his deep-state masters. r0b has done no such thing. Surely even you, PG, can see why your question is ridiculous. Jul 19, 2012 · In the comments to yesterday’s post about Sweden’s DNA register, some expressed the “nothing to hide” argument – that efficiency of law enforcement should always be an overriding factor in any society-building, usually expressed as “if you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear”. This is a very dangerous mindset.