The Daily Mail catches up with the death of privacy, the transparent society and a dystopia based on the database state.
It is a Britain, indeed a world, where the private individual has ceased to exist, and one in which an unholy alliance of the state and Mammon rules our lives with powers that would have made Stalin sick with envy.
This dystopian nightmare is a distinct possibility thanks to what is probably the most significant invention of the 20th century - the internet.
That must be extraordinary rhetoric, even by tabloid standards: channelling No2ID as a horror story. Yet, however exaggerated, it brings the problems to the table and gives people food for thought.
Of course, the very existence of this channel will reinforce the Left in their authoritarian ways.