Daniel Solove: Nothing to Hide, Nothing to Fear?
When the government analyzes and gathers personal information, many people say they’re not worried. “I’ve got nothing to hide,” is the common refrain. George Washington University law professor Daniel Solove tells Steve Paikin why the “nothing-to-hide” argument is a false trade-off between privacy and security.
Source Â : Â The Agenda with Steve Paikin