You know the drill. Got a: cellphone; laptop, pc, tablet, phone bill; hydro bill; credit card; car insurance; life insurance; mortgage...? You get
the idea. What I don't get, is why you wouldn't just, "assume they have it all" and liberate yourself[your awareness!] from the concern that
[they] may or may not be, illegally, watching your every move. They are. And if you make yourself noticable, they'll take notice. Maybe you need
to button up the operation and possibly consider a [change in management], if you follow my multi~level meaning.
What are you afraid of? Don't you think it's time we stood up and identified ourselves, minus the guilt and minus the shame, and the worry/concern?
"This is me, unreservedly" type thing? I used to worry about my privacy where the internet was concerned, but then it occured to me that the basis
of that fear came from the idea I had, that I might be doing something wrong, and therefore, didn't want anyone, especially [them], to know about it.
I wasn't doing anything wrong. Know your limits. They're established already. Play within them, and what have you got to worry about?
If you're religious, close your eyes and pretend God is running the NSA. Are you embarrased about anything now? Guilty of something perhaps? You
can't hide, so, why try? It only gets your knickers in a twist. When your awareness shifts, and you realize God, Satan, the cops, the feds, the
all~seeing eye, NSA, CSIS, MI5 etc, are all one and the same [entity/concept] for lack of a better description, you become your own judge [because
you're [caught!]] and you have no choice but to surrender to the [power/judgement], whatever IT is, and carry out sentence on yourself [especially
carry out sentence on yourself!]. It's a cleansing experience when you order your perception in this way. Does anyone know what I mean?
Can it be as simple as: if you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear?