To ensure no privacy, pretend we lived in a world where EVERY action you ever took, from cradle to grave, was recorded both in text and video. And everyone had free and unlimited access to this data. How do you think it would change our world? Maybe our very humanity? I've been thinking about this quite a bit lately, but I feel like many of the problems in this world are caused by too much secrecy and an insistence on privacy. Would privacy have any meaning if *no one* had it? Would we be more free to just be ourselves? Since no one could hide their true intentions, maybe we could all just be true selves?