No, it isn't BS, because despite what you think, nobody cares about what you're doing on your free time at home. Trust me, nobody wants to watch you fap or smoke a joint in infrared through your VR camera, and Facebook isn't going to blackmail you over it either... The only thing companies like FB want is enough information to sell you products. If a government is intercepting that information and actually cares about it, you'd have been busted a long time ago. As for privacy being a human right, that's debatable, because security and privacy don't cooperate, and some people (not me, specifically) prioritize security. But if privacy is all you care about, go ahead and live your life in paranoia - it's not my problem, and I don't like it that you suggest it should be. I for one choose to actually enjoy my life the way I see fit, which doesn't have to involve illegal activities, and as a result, I don't fear what others may find.