Ever notice that people say "Good question" when they don't have an answer? Or a good enough one?
Such is the case with question in the headline.
It is also a fundamental right, not a privilege to be bestowed on anyone. The individual should have the right to determine the extent of his privacy.
I agree with both of Raouf's points, which almost go without saying. Because, well, of course privacy is a right. Hasn't it always been?