Why are these rights important. To me they are important for mental health reasons. When we feel we are heard, listened to there is a reassuring value to that, reassurances are given to those who can be trusted and those who cannot be trusted are not given added reassurances in life, and made to become paranoid to cause continued harm to themselves not help themselves or others, but for themselves. Why these rights are taken away from people who cannot be trusted.
According to Google, right to privacy means “The right to privacy refers to the concept that one's personal information is protected from public scrutiny. U.S. Justice Louis Brandeis called it "the right to be left alone." While not explicitly stated in the U.S. Constitution, some amendments provide some protections.Jun 12, 2013” 
What does public scrutiny mean? Scrutiny means “If a person or thing is under scrutiny, they are being studied or observed very carefully.”  Whereas public means “of or concerning the people as a whole.”  Merriam-Webster further defines scrutiny as: “1 : a searching study, inquiry, or inspection : examination , 2 : a searching look , 3 : close watch : surveillance” 
Public Scrutiny therefore to me, means the of or concerning o[f] an individual, or any number of individuals, to whom concern is sought to be replaced, by need, once a need for information is sought and brought to ones attention, attention to all is made, in order to further sustain or inform, or support that thought, series of thoughts, or chain of thoughts about an individual, to whom opinion of one is held certain based upon a knowing or a thought of knowing a person, for who they recognize as deserving of scrutiny. No scrutiny is ever deserved, in fact out right to privacy, protects this very subject, of or concerning individuals or parties to transactions, from the meddling of the public, that is considered scrutiny of an individual to associate to a negative, that negative is the taking of private information and making it public, to cause harsh scrutiny. Harsh scrutiny is or are the judgments passed by those to whom opinion is had to and of and to whom opinions are sought to be had or proven likewise to further support opinion. –No opinions held by one should ever be sought or proven to be held by all by good members of society, that is the taking of a good characteristic, or identity, and seeking to prove the opposite. The disingenuiness of transactions and interactions, are considered opinions based, and opinion based rationales do not rise to the level of bad of or concerning further hardships, or justifying continued hardships of individuals considered to be private. The privacy of individuals i[s] a protected constitutional right not a fundamental value, not a human requirement, but a protected right, a guided potential for success, and when that’s in operation, when you yourself subject oneself to harm, that guided potential cannot be in full force and effect, that is a trusted position, position[s] of trust, or valued position to counterclaim that any other force is the cause or future cause for disingenuinzing the current or future potential of success, when that right to privacy is not practiced, to claim broken by another, when purposes are not evident, when public face is present and accepted as part of ones identity, a public presence, information private therefore cannot be used once made public, to cause hardship or scrutiny of individual not under scrutiny. It is by only our own wrongs that cause paranoia, not the wrongs of others upon us, those can always be prevented by practicing this right, right to privacy, to avoid scrutiny.
 “Right to Privacy” https://www.livescience.com/37398-right-to-privacy.html (12/24/17)
 “Scrutiny” https://www.collinsdictionary.com/us/dictionary/english/scrutiny
 “Public” https://www.google.com/search?ei=AzVAWtDdGsWR0gK2-bnoDw&q=public+definition&oq=public+definition&gs_l=psy-ab.3..0l10.10247.11734.0.12222.214.171.124.0.0.0.109.957.9j2.11.0....0...1.1.64.psy-ab..0.11.954...35i39k1j0i67k1j0i20i264k1j0i10k1.0.oHeTFcOnOTI
 “Scrutiny” https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/scrutiny