Including everything visible in one view.(adjective)
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Use "panoptic" in a sentence
"It seemed like I could never get that kind of panoptic knowledge."
"This would solve many problems, e.g. the so-called panoptic provider, uncontrollable diffusion of private information to 3rd parties, security and data protection (also by encryption), property and data re-use."
"Thanks in part to our panoptic media culture, which includes the 24/7 cable news cycle, we've become far too eager to play the gotcha game anytime somebody says something mildly stupid, typically assigning more value to it than necessary."