The Importance Of Privacy In George Orwell's 1984

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Privacy is something that should not be available to anyone else except ourselves. Author George Orwell, author of the book 1984 let’s us know that a totalitarian government that has no respect for people’s privacy has a large impact on them. People do not like to be told that they are being watched because it leads them to want to break the rules that they have to follow. This book lets us know how a government with too much control and too much accessibility to one’s privacy leads to people breaking the rules and regulations set for them. The book 1984, foreshadows how the future would be. The book lets us know how privacy is no longer ours because privacy is something that now anyone has access to. The author George Orwell shows how privacy is being…show more content…
This is because every time we are using our internet there's someone watching us. This is a situation that not everyone is aware but should be because it involves them. In many occasions, people have said that they do not believe that internet surveillance should be necessary because they prefer that money to be used on something else that this country needs. As I stated before I don’t think internet surveillance is such a big issue because it’s keeping us from potential terrorist attacks. “As such services begin to grow, they might threaten your privacy. So, in many instances, if you don’t want an entire knowing the location of your mobile phone device, you should shut it off or ditch it completely” (DesMarais, Christina, “ Tracking Tech Will Give You the Creeps” 72) , she asserts that our phones are no longer to call or text, but for people to track us down as long as our wifi is on. Mostly all the time our wifi is on so it is difficult to not be surveilled. Tom Henderson, author of “How I divorce Google” explains how he did not agree with the privacy settings of google so he left it for ever.”I simply don’t trust them”

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