You’re being watched. Not only by Uncle Sam but also by your employer, by the kid working behind the counter at the local gas station, by the automatic teller machine at your bank and by your computer.
We are a society under surveillance, constantly monitored, scrutinized 24/7, analyzed for patterns and suspected without reason.
And, for the most part, the vast majority of us don’t mind.
That may be more frightening than anything else.