There's quite a difference between what you're proposing and what TFA talks about.
These not bionic eyes, they are contact lenses, and they don't have cameras in them.
You're right that such things could happen, and in some nightmare society, we could end up with compulsary bionics for monitoring purposes.
Buit this isn't anything to do with that.
And you could make this argument about any technological advance. "We've found a way to write in the sky!" "But what if the government uses it for propaganda?"
I also take issue with the social expectations paragraph. If your friends require you to respond that quickly, then you're telling me that you never take a shower, you never sleep, and you never have a social life that involves going to the theatre, the cinema, ice skating... need I continue?
And it IS fear-mongering to expect that. You're telling me that a government organisation (and it'll have to be one that does it) can organise bionic implants for every person in (your country name here) AND manage the massive network and storage infrastructure that would be required to make it work? Given my (the Uk) government's experiences with technological projects, I'm seriously not worried.
We've also had stupid laws for a long time. I don't know if it still is one, but there was a law in the UK that said that you could shoot a man from the walls of York, I think it was, as long as he was Welsh. But you know what? We had an attack of common sense and got rid of it.
And yes, there will be trials and freedom and democracy, because there are still people out there that give a damn, and are willing to swim against the tide.
And you know what? Occaisionally, it works.
Stop being such a pessimist.