A piece by Andrew Marantz [Unreality Star]in the September 16th , 2013 issue of the New Yorker [Page 32 ff.] deals with paranoid persons who think they are being filmed or taped (by external agents?) for worldwide distribution; that is, their lives are reality show fodder, just like Jim Carrey’s was in the movie, The Truman Show.
The paranoiac exigencies are sad, and the episodes are more common than one might expect. Continue via, [link to ufocon.blogspot.nl]