Examples Of Privacy In George Orwell's 1984

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An As an American citizen do you feel safe in today’s society or do you feel that your rights, privacy is at stake, that is for you to decide? In George Orwell’s 1984 he prophesied about a government that invaded our privacy and sworn that It was good for the people or whatever the case may be. If you were to read George Orwell's “1984” this would be way more than relevant in today’s society knowing that most or If not all things that George orwell predicted has become a reality. An example of this would be how in the novel “1984” they had a device known as speakwrite that shared similarities with a microphone which hadn’t even been invented at the time, they also had the telescreen which resembled a television. In conclusion, I’d like to say that George Orwell’s “1984” is so relevant to today's government that you should watch watch what you do and/or say nowadays because the government has access to way more than you think. My point…show more content…
It’s understandable in the aspect of them, fearing another terrorist attack, but if they were so paranoid and all, why not do more to prevent another terrorist attack instead of spying on it's citizens who are as against terrorism as much as the government is.example of this would be how in “That’s No Phone. That’s My Tracker” the New York Times stated “Many police agencies don’t obtain search warrants when requesting location data from carriers”. When it comes down to wondering why this would be suitable proof when it comes down to exposing the government for its spying on the citizens of the united states is because the government claims to be for the people and to protect the people of the united states yet invade their privacy over terrorist attack is just exposing the hypocritical side of the government that we have all came to know and
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