Privacy As A Right

In America we appreciate having our own space. We want to have our own things as it lets us keep our property safe and take care of our belongings.

However, as resources become more crowded and as the internet spreads we keep finding more of our lives being tracked and that we have fewer areas of our lives that are truly hours.

When you look at places like Japan where people live in just a few square feet, it makes sense how we need to start changing our thoughts towards privacy.

But, as we lose physical space, our personal space becomes more important. We need to  be able to have our own thoughts, feelings and curiosity.

When everything we search is keylogged and sifted by NSA, it makes it harder to have room to explore.

In this video, two people explore what it is like to live in a Pod with 30 total strangers.