Streets. Banks. Airports. They are watching us. We all know there are public places where we’re being watched, ostensibly for crime-prevention purposes. But with the advancement of digital technologies, “Big Brother’s” reach has gotten way wider, recording our movements—and our conversations—in a surprising amount of places.
“Big Brother is becoming more and more intrusive in our private lives and until something is done to scale it back or eliminate it, it’s only going to get worse.”