PRIVY is an exploration of radical data transparency. Through pervasive use of digital devices, most of the actions, conversations, and movements a person experiences are captured and transferred as digital data and metadata. But not all. In this work, I self-report personal data that is resistant to digital capture and transfer by automated sensors and applications. I also expose data that is normally encrypted and obscured from public access including email metadata. Data is connected through a series of ready-made mobile and web-based applications as well as custom scripts. This data is aggregated along with other automatically collected data, and then visualized on a custom website accessible for public and government consumption. The result is a visual spectacle that accesses multiple meanings of the work’s title.