In this transcript, the speaker starts by apologizing for their back pain and their bouncy movements since they bought a yoga ball. They mention wanting to discuss the topic of framing, but something has come up that they feel is important to address. They express concern about people being complacent and trusting the government to track them with a new app. The speaker emphasizes the importance of privacy and the potential dangers of giving the government access to personal data. They criticize those who argue that if you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to worry about, stating that everyone has something they want to keep private. The speaker warns about the misuse of data, such as insurance companies denying coverage based on personal medical history. They mention the potential abuse of power and loss of freedom that can occur if technology continues to track and control individuals. The speaker concludes by expressing their opposition to the use of data by corporations like Google and their disillusionment with the marketing industry. They suggest that people should not be naive and should be more cautious about protecting their privacy.