If you live in the United Kingdom, you might want to read an article by Emma Woollacott in the AOL.co.uk web site. She writes:
“Big Brother is watching you…
“The UK is one of the most surveilled nations in the world. Our emails are held for government monitoring, our cars are tracked through automatic numberplate recognition and there are cameras everywhere.
“According to the British Security Industry Association (BSIA), there are between four and 5.9 million CCTV surveillance cameras around the country – one and a half times as many as China.
“But is surveillance always a bad thing? Not necessarily. If you choose to be monitored, it can actually save you money.
“We look at four ways you can trade a bit of privacy for money off your bills.”
But is it worth it? You decide after reading the article at https://goo.gl/e9hV3t.