There are no private lives. This is what Nixon found out. Course he engineered it himself, with the tapes. This a most important aspect of modern life. As a science-fiction writer, dealing with the future, I want to speak to this. That one of the biggest transformations we have seen in our society is the diminution of the sphere of the private. That we must reasonably now all regard the fact that there are no secrets and nothing is private. Everything is public.
Source:Conversation (November 2, 1974) Only Apparently Real: The World of Philip K. Dick by Paul Williams (1986)