People always seem to go back to the mantra, "well if you've nothing to hide, you've nothing to fear", when it comes to privacy. However, these same people have curtains on their windows, why? To stop people snooping in on their PRIVATE lives. So privacy does matter them then.
For those who say, well if you break the law, then what can you expect? Everyone breaks the law, sometime in their lives, you'll be surprised at how many and stupid some laws are.
Driven at 32mph in a 30mph zone? You've just broken the law.
Been drunk in the pub? You've just broken the 1872 licensing act.
It is illegal to jump the queue in the tube ticket hall. TfL by law.
It is illegal to activate your burglar alarm without first nominating a ‘Key-Holder’ who can switch it off in your absence.
It is illegal for a male to urinate in public, unless it is on the rear wheel of his motor vehicle and his right hand is on the vehicle.
It is illegal to beat or shake your carpet, mat or rug outside. You may beat your doormat but only before 8 in the morning!