During the times of Adolf Hitler a lot of effort was put into finding as much information about ordinary German citizens, and what they do or say; who they associate with. The person he assigned to carry out this task was Reinhardt Heyderich.
This man was a human computer, and he came up with a system that used the fears, hatreds, of the people to gather the information that made the word Gestapo a word to respect. In our modern world the internet is Heyderich. Every keystroke, every conversation we have on our cellphones is being recorded in perpetuity in cyberspace.
The freedoms we now enjoy will come at a high price. The loss of privacy is one of the things we will have to give up. Nazi Germany did it, and so will we! The internet has changed the world. That is a fact. If your life is “normal” you can talk, and text all day long but be aware “what is done in the dark will see the light.” Enough said.