People who do not take measures to protect their privacy online commonly defend their choice by arguing, "I have nothing to hide."
If you know someone who subscribes to this thinking, here are three reasons to share on why this argument is flawed.
Four Wikipedias to ‘black out’ over EU Copyright Directive https://wikimediafoundation.org/2019/03/20/four-wikipedias-to-black-out-over-eu-copyright-directive/
For what it's worth, I've uploaded the (recently released) Bitcoin pre-release from 2008 at https://github.com/agis/bitcoin-prerelease
U.S. users are leaving Facebook by the millions, Edison Research says
"New Google Chrome Zero-Day Vulnerability Found Actively Exploited in the Wild"
Lawmakers are furious with Facebook: ‘wiretapping teens is not research’ https://www.theverge.com/2019/1/30/18204245/facebook-teen-data-collection-wiretapping-vpn-congress
Jack Poulson: I quit Google over its censored Chinese search engine. The company needs to clarify its position on human rights. https://interc.pt/2KMgvg6
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Reminder: Privacy is a basic human right.
We believe everyone should have private access to an open web where they can express themselves, share information, and learn without being tracked, surveilled, or censored. https://www.un.org/en/universal-declaration-human-rights