Are we always being watched?
The modern condition is one of always feeling like one is being watched. Even when you're alone in a room -- that suspicion that your computer camera is a two-way channel has essentially been debunked as suspicion, only.
What's it like to not be able to escape this feeling -- this feeling of being watched -- even when one is in complete solitude -- nature perhaps.
What does it say about the modern self, that we always demand an audience? Demand might not be the right word: expect. We expect an audience. We are filled with anxiety about it.
One could argue that this would lead to more empathy: we constantly think of how others would view us. That's empathy, right? It's not even really consideration, actually. We treat others as mirrors to ourselves, in a shallow circle of action-reaction.