This is a difficult question. I imagine that many people will say that there are unnecessary laws on the books that limit freedoms without protecting citizens rights. And the same people will say that there are certain rights which are not protected but should be.
As we see the emergence of new technologies, we face new situations which will require new regulation or at least new ideas as to where our rights exist or do not exist.
For instance, privacy rights might become more widely discussed as the new un-manned (drone) aircraft allowance comes into effect in 2014. When drones are flying around your town and measuring traffic patterns for commercial use or gauging how much outdoor activity there is in a certain part of town so that this information can be used to sell product, we may need to have a new conversation about what rights we have to privacy.