I wonder if surveillance controversies are experienced differently by Christians. I have always walked around knowing that someone is watching and listening to everything I do. Christians of traditional belief have also always expected that some unfriendly and even dangerous forces are always listening in.
That doesn't come anywhere near the logical questions of what governments, advertisers, and mechanical devices should be allowed to observe, store, and share. But it might affect the issue emotionally, in terms of feeling violated and intruded upon.