It still comes to the point of if you don't commit crime then there is nothing to report. If your behavior isn't against the law then you really shouldn't care that someone sees you doing what ever you are doing, even if it is on the internet. If you want complete privacy then keep the things you don't want people to see in your home with the curtains shut.
I know I'm a few months late, but I just couldn't let this go without a challenge. I'm not some freedom-loving, archetypal American ( I'm not American at all, just for the record! ), but this is wrong on so many levels, and which is worse, it could be used to justify any security measure at all. Wiretapping, keeping tabs on your activities on the internet, anything at all could be justified by saying that unless you're doing something illegal, you shouldn't worry. I think Orwell explored this thoroughly enough in Nineteen Eighty-Four. It's exactly the same thing.
That's not to say I think this is a bad thing on that basis alone. I would still be open to this sort of thing, if it could be proven to have a significant, easily demonstrable effect, and was centered around places with a high rate of crime and high concentration of people, so that they could be avoided as well. Because if I think privacy is worth risking being pickpocketed for, then I should have that right.
Edit: As for mentions of V ( maybe that's why my graphic novel hasn't arrived yet? ) - just mail me my Guy Fawkes getup, and I'm there, front and center.