Invasion Of Privacy In George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four

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Research Paper We live in our own little bubble. Included in our bubble are things such as our emotions, our history, our hobbies, our personality, and most importantly our privacy. Everyone handles their privacy differently. Some consider themselves an “open book” others are more self reserved and keep things to themselves. But what if you had no choice. What if you are unknowingly being invaded of your privacy. What we all have in common is the feeling we get when people like the government abuses our rights and invade our privacy. People like George Orwell explain how the government uses tactics to invade people 's privacy without them knowing at times. George Orwell’s big hit “Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)” has a very important line that impacts the book and…show more content…
“There was a stampede of boots up the stairs.The room was full of solid men in black uniforms” (Orwell, pg.222). This quote is significant because it explains how the party came in to take Julia and Winston without any permission. They surrounded the building and forced them to not move from where they were standing. Today, things like warrants and the 4th amendment limit the power of authority to invade your privacy at home. In some ways this is like the book because all that is needed is permission from a higher power to access wherever they want. Another form of surveillance and way of invading privacy is street cameras and lamp post that recognize you and track your movements. In many instances the FBI has used street cameras to detect when a person was last seen. Cameras like that can tell the time and day you were seen. “The governments collection of this sensitive information is itself an invasion of privacy.But its use of this data is also rife with abuse” (ACLU, 2018). The quote is explaining how the use of our information by the government is morally abusive to us and our

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