If you aren't already paranoid about just how much information Google and others are collecting about you, this article
by Woody Leonhard will probably cure you of your complacency.
Cured long ago.
I couldn't even be bothered reading the rest of the article after that.
There aren't many surprises for anyone that's paid any attention to any of those issues.
But it gets worse. A lot worse. The article author just starts to scratch the surface of the behemoth. Here's one article that should terrify people.
Call it a beta test or pilot. But there are so many more nightmares out there.
Smart TVs are simply extensions of a large network, and you have less control over them than you think. Smart Homes anyone? Why not just broadcast every time you take a dump?
If you can't have privacy when you go to the bathroom, do you have any at all?