Panopticon is a documentary by Peter Vlemmix that examines the current state of privacy in the Netherlands, against the backdrop of an increasingly digital world. The title is a Greek word meaning all-seeing. In the film, Vlemmix lists a number of violations of privacy, such as facial recognition in Rotterdam trams, number plate storage at highways, psychiatric files with insurers and the government and deep packet inspection. The Netherlands appears to be low on privacy lists. For many people, detection takes precedence over privacy.