But is it possible that the government simply doesn't need hidden cameras, high-tech listening devices and secret agents everywhere in order to know the intimate details of our lives—that we're doing it for them?
Consider a few technologies that have become part of daily life:
Cell Phones: these can not only be used to take pictures virtually anywhere—and instantaneously upload them to the Internet—with GPS tracking, they can also be used to record our every move and pinpoint our current location.
Credit Cards: the credit card companies, and services they report data to, know what you buy, when, where, and how much. If g…