A 'little surveillance' gives you (I warrant) enough trust to walk outside your front door in the morning and face the world without undue terror (to cite a misnomer). A 'little surveillance' is what we as complicit citizens allow our governments to undertake in making us feel safe (like CCTV).
when you walk through said door, unless you quickly jump under a rock and stay there all day, your movements 'can' be known. I don't understand why so many netizens see things any differently...like expecting to police a society where everyone wears masks....I know, lulsec idiots and all that.
Saying 'I want to be anonymous' is a overarching proviso towards anonymising behaviour. From that standpoint, crime and corruption are but eventualities.
When I see a copper, I don't try to hide or run away covering my face since:
1) I've done nothing wrong (that I know of)
2) I trust them (within tolerances) to protect my interests. And my pancreas. You get it.
This idiot (for there are plenty about) is scar-showing to the media that he's a bruiser. Nothing more.