Hmm... Depends on what the situation is. Martial law versus a normal democratic-libertarian society, for example.
I expect nothing less than total privacy.
Total privacy. That includes hiding who voted what option in this poll.
Too many variables for this generic of a question for me to vote in. For me it really depends on what you are talking about. As an American, I highly treasure my privacy. As an adult, I understand why parents *have* to invade their children's privacy to some extent. So there's just too many variables to provide a solid, reliable vote.
I'll say this: As much privacy as possible for any given circumstance.
Almost total privacy. It should be a massive concern, tho obviously I know the situation is totally the other wya.
Total privacy in private areas. I don't *particularly* fly off the handle when I learn that my free emails (regularly scanned by Google, in exchange for the free service) are also being scanned by the feds. I *DO* get pretty pissed when I learn they're listening in on my phone calls, or hypothetically forcing private companies to share information against their will, or whatever. It's not a perfect metaphor, but sorta like if I tell my boss he can take as much candy off my desk as he wants, I don't *normally* get upset when my boss' boss snags a tootsie roll without asking first.
With that allowance in mind, once that curtain of privacy goes up, my feathers get *VERY* ruffled when it's crossed. There aren't a lot of viable excuses for crossing.
I don't value my privacy much. I'm honest enough that most things that might get leaked I wouldn't have any problem with others knowing. When my friends get nosey, I tell them more than they asked, even if it's none of their business. I only withhold information that I find may harm others' privacy.
Though I do like to have my own personal space where I can't be bothered by others.
Like Brovo stated, it largely depends on the situation and the specifics at that for each individual person and the situation going on, the information etc.
As a rule of thumb though:
"If it being private doesn't harm anyone, let is be private. If it will harm someone (Legitimately, not harm as in "Oh I'm offended that someone holds a viewpoint or does a certain hobby I disapprove of"), then... go back to above.
The question makes no sense to me personally. Would you mind clarifying what it is you mean?