Today all of us are filmed by an ever increasing number of cameras in public places, many of us happily feed personal data into "social networks", our homes are visible in high detail on Google Street view, our telephones and gps make it possible to locate us every moment of the day. It seems strange to me that (a lot of) people don't seem to care about privacy (anymore?) and even applaud this evolution. I wonder when and why this began and whether the public will continue to support this. Personally I don't really mind the government using cameras in places where a lot of crimes take place (not sure if this is actually efficient) but I find it very strange to see friends and family sharing everything from birth to the present day with companies like Facebook. Yesterday Google Street view became available in my country, to my surprise (well not really) I have to ask Google to blur my house if I don't want it on public display. Shouldn't this be the other way around? I'm wondering what other NMA users think about this phenomenon.