Life in the fishbowl: The strange benefits of living in a total surveillance state
Big brother is indeed here. We are followed now by more closed circuit cameras than ever. And it seems likely that in the future, most people will live in a total surveillance state. But Stuart Armstrong, research fellow at the Future of Humanity Institute in Oxford, examines if there may be some strange benefits to a complete surveillance state and if some of us may even like being in one.
From Aeon magazine