A New York (state) bill is making the round in the news that would require that if a person would like to purchase a rifle or shotgun, they would need to provide 3 years of social media history and 1 year of internet search history (via access to accounts) to the police chief. (read it here https://legislation.nysenate.gov/pdf/bills/2017/S9197). Although this bill does not seem to have much of a chance at becoming law since it is so obviously unconstitutional, this scenario could easily happen in other countries that don’t have the freedom that people in the US have.
It would be priceless to see the police chief’s face after a year of using a phantom kitty device to inject searches into your search history. If you ran it a few hours overnight every day for a year, you could easily accumulate over half a million additional searches to include in your handout to the police chief.