I don't like the idea that people have a right to record you in public spaces. I don't like the reports (which seem to be increasing) of people hiding cameras and microphones in their neighbor's houses and watching them without their knowledge. I really hate that anyone can record things that should never happen (illegal and immoral) and sell them on the internet...creating an industry that feeds on the worst parts of Mankind.
We can't turn the world around and make it good again. Cameras aren't going away. Instead, they are getting better, smaller, easier to hook up to the internet, and less expensive. Imagine the future... when people have no moral foundations, they don't get better, they get worse.
The problem with violence is that it usually goes in one direction
--- it usually increases in frequency and intensity.
The problem of domestic violence is an example of how violence escalates. The first act is often small and often easily forgiven. Then it happens again, a slap turns into a fist, words become weapons, controls tighten. These may also be forgiven. Then it happens again, and again, and again, until the abused is unable to escape. Like any other kind of violence, it always increases and rarely stops. Depending on the circumstances, I might advocate forgiving the first offence, but if it happens twice, you better RUN out the door. Love is not about abuse.
Terrorists and dictators are pretty much the same kind of people as a those involved in domestic violence. They "grow" in power by the level of violence they can get away with. ISIS is just one example of how violence increases. Cameras and the internet are tools of the process... and we feed them every time we do what they want us to do :: watch.
Privacy and freedom are going away, constant surveillance and control are growing.