Reposting my comment at Creekside.
2015 turned out to be a bizarre year for the surveillence state.
In April, John Oliver interviewed Edward Snowden about the spy agencies'
spying and used a "dick pic" to make his point. Later, the Canadian
government passed Bill C-51 giving its spy agency free reign.
Pic Revolution" began shortly thereafter and by December googling
"dick pic" brought up over 500 trillion hits. It was estimated that
25-35% of all the penises in the world were now digitised and that
fewer than 1% of searches would be free of dick-pics within the
first 25 hits.
Rebel hacker group Anonymous joined the fray by hacking
into government and corporate email programs and installing a virus,
later made available freely for any disgruntled government or corporate
employee to install at their workplace, that would attach a random dick
pic to every email sent from those addresses.