Yes, cable companies should charge users more for privacy so that they can offer the privacy that users want. If users are willing to pay more to have a certain level of privacy, cable companies should charge more for this. People who are concerned about their privacy are often willing to pay more.
Cable companies should not charge users more for privacy, as this should be provided, in most ways, as an essential service for consumers. Privacy should still be considered a basic fundamental right for everyone, and this should not be threatened by companies whose customers have a need for their product.
If you mean that we should have to pay cable companies more to keep our records private, I disagree. We already pay a lot for cable and cable bundles. We shouldn't have to pay any more. There aren't a lot of companies, and they pretty much control the market, so it's not like there's a lot of choice. The industry itself is spending a lot on opposing FCC regulations, and those costs shouldn't be passed on to consumers. We should have a certain level of privacy as cable users/consumers and shouldn't have to pay any more to get it.
Cable companies should not charge users more to enhanced privacy services. The companies should be expected to provide the highest level of security to ensure privacy. Otherwise, it would not be fair that certain subscribers would have greater privacy than others. It is also good business to provide privacy to all customers.