In George Orwell's fictional book 1984 he tells a story about government watching the people. He uses the term, "Big Brother", which is a euphemism for government. In 1984 Big Brother, the government, is always watching. But it seems that Big Brother in modern times isn't government but the people who are watching each other.
We see dozens of news reports each month about crimes and other events being caught on cell phone cameras. And no one hesitates to turn the photos or video over to the government.
Isn't it amazing that government now has us working for it catching each other doing all sorts of things. We have been trained well haven't we.