2. Which of the following is NOT a way that supporters of surveillance tools usually respond to the concern that these tools present a threat to our individual privacy? The widespread availability of surveillance technologies has significantly increased both safety and justice in society, which is well worth some losses in our privacy. People who see privacy as such an important priority probably just don’t want to get caught doing things they shouldn’t be doing. Surveillance technologies give us control over what people know about us, preventing the “chilling effect” that privacy has on our self-expression and personal growth. While it’s fair to expect privacy in your home and other private spaces, there’s no reasonable expectation of privacy regarding the things you do and say in public. Correct! Wrong!