So ACM has made their journals public access during the pandemic. I have been spending time systematically looking through every issue of Computing Surveys (check it out, one of the best most useful ACM journals). Since 2016, about a third of every issue has been devoted to thinly disguised mass #surveillance techniques. Something is Very Fucked Up in computer science right now.
Another interesting observation: in the same time frame, about a quarter of the papers in every issue are devoted to computer security, some of it on preventing insider attacks. My cynical take-away: "we will spy and record everything about you, but we do not actually know how to keep any of this data secure, and also we want to punish whistleblowers."
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko