The usual complaints about modern-era Big Brothers tend to be targeted at initiatives to place more surveillance cameras in various locations. Then of course there is the monitoring of our activities on the Internet by governments, ISPs and organizations with their own agendas.
Today, however, something completely different is happening, and surprisingly few red flags have been raised. We, the collective, are providing the raw surveillance data. We, not some dystopian state, are becoming the ones who monitor.