If you have nothing to hide, do you need privacy? Should the communications of individuals be monitored? What about activists and politicians, or the Four Horsemen of the Infocalypse? How about the details, emails and webcam records of your long-distance relationship?
The Advocate General’s Opinion in Watson and Tele2 Sverige posits some clarity on National Mass Communications Data Surveillance and EU Fundamental Rights, argues Nora Ni Loideain of CRASSH's Technology and Democracy project.