According to the FBI (link is to a copy of the FBI flyer on the Public Intelligence site, not the FBI site), if you like your privacy on the Internet, YOU MAY BE A TERRORIST. At the very least, if your neighbors or coworkers notice your predilection for privacy, they should report you. “If your mommie is a Commie then you gotta turn her in,” that old song about the John Birch Society says… Now the FBI says the same thing about privacy-loving individuals.
Do you encrypt any of your business documents when you email them? You may be a terrorist. Have you ever used an anonymizer to prevent being tracked? You may be a terrorist. Have you ever emailed photos of your friends or family, photos which could conceivably contain changed pixels representing a coded message? You may be a terrorist. Do you ever use your online residential Internet account from a remote location, say, a public library or an Internet café? You may be a terrorist. Do you pay cash a lot in the grocery store? You may be a terrorist.
And so on, and so forth. The list is long. It is a rare individual in modern society who does not do one or more of the things listed.
But if you are a loyal citizen, you must remember… “If your mommie is a Commie…” [/snark]