Schneier Defends Privacy
It seems as privacy advocates are alwasy searching for a good and forceful answer to the dual questions of "If you have nothing to hide, surveillance doesn't matter" and "I'd rather have surveillance than be blown up by Bin Laden."
In this latest essay
, Bruce Schneier has answered both of those questions eloquently and with the inescapble force of logic. While I think his originalist consitutional interpreation may not be on the surest of ground, I agree with his sentiments in full.