One could be lying, but make it believable. The other could be telling the truth, but does not have enough evidence. The same for police officers, they all aren't honest or trustworthy. Although police should wear body camera while they are on duty, this is also invading people's privacy. Police officers need to insure the safety and trust of the citizens by wearing body camera.
Social mores are those unwritten rules that dictate how we act in public. They are the things that irritate the general public, like when a person is walking on the “wrong side” of the sidewalk. No law governs which side a person should use, but society expects that one would use the same as what they would drive. If a person enters an elevator and faces the back rather than the front, not only will it make others uncomfortable, but it will be uncomfortable for that person as well. In a similar fashion, attempting to go against the socially expected behaviors for one’s gender is uncomfortable to the point of avoidance.
In this society, there are many things that can happen that people fear which is why they choose to be safe so that they don’t have to live in constant fear. Many would give up their rights in times of fear for safety. For example, on September 11, 2001, a terrorist attack occurred at the twin towers and at that moment, everyone would have given up all of their rights just to be safe and have the protection needed for survival. Even now, that event still affects our freedom because in an airport you will always get checked before you go in so that something like that never happens again; that is giving up our freedom for safety. Everyone
Another part of evil is that it is created by how the person, or in this case monster, is treated, therefore Grendel cannot be completely blamed for who he has become. The people gave him no chance to fit into society, and immediately assumed that he meant to do harm the first time they saw him. Although at first he was curious about the humans, he did not believe in their morals and ethics as a tribe. He was disgusted that they would kill others for pure power, and slaughter their animals to cause even more havoc for other civilizations. This is best
If someone were home at the time, the theft would have never occurred because the risk level would be too high. Being a victim of theft for the first time comes with some bad and some good. The bad is that your property is gone, and the good is that it teaches you not everyone is trustworthy. An additional theory is that they committed this crime out of retaliation or hate. Everyone is different and have different triggers.
Many people are failing to recognize the government’s full potential of surveillance over citizens. Most people truly are either just oblivious to the matter or are turning a blind eye on it. Having no privacy over people 's own lives own life takes a turn on things and pushes them straight into the reality the country is dealing with right now. When taking a look at other countries that the government watches over everyone, like North Korea, it’s assuring that that’s not where anyone would want to live. People want to live in a place where they feel safe to read, publish, or watch whatever they want without being watched.
In fact, it affected people, the country it was built in, and civilization. Nature doesn 't like walls, neither do people, mostly. That 's why the wall of Berlin was tore down, because it didn 't do anything but destroy the government and people of that country. If people were meant to be isolated, then maybe a wall would be the answer, but people deserve freedom. Maybe now, we the people know not to ever build a wall to seperate anybody from anything.
There seemed to be a lot of controversy when adopting the cameras in Hong Kong affecting the people and what they felt like invasion in their privacy. According to Simon Young, director of the Center for Comparative and Public Law at Hong Kong University mentions that the Hong Kong law prohibits police officers from recording citizens if it breaches the public’s expectation of privacy, generally interpreted as any private space (Trinna Leong, 2012). Hong Kong officer’s do not have an issue about the body cameras or wearing it, but caution needs to be exercised in the usage of it when risking the invasion of the citizens privacy. But, there has also been police brutality; seven police officers from Hong Kong had beaten a protestant by the name of Ken Tsang he was knocked to the
Ultimately, having body cameras is important because they will help show what really happens during an altercation. A police officer has to be trustworthy at all times even without the use of body cameras, but they will help protect his reputation. My opposition believes that using body cameras invades the privacy of police officers. Although police officers deserve privacy, the public should know what is going on. So many unsolved crimes are happening that body cameras will be a big help to the people.
Cassia has no say in what values she’s been brought up with and what stories she’s been told, because all of that choice has been taken away by the Society. Meanwhile, the government body that initiated the destruction of people’s civil rights sits in the shadows, withholding choices and information from the rest of the Society. Nobody in the novel can recall how or when this change happened, but of course, the lack of choices are an integral part of society. After all, without it, people could freely do whatever they wanted, which is a threat to society because they could possibly overthrow the government. The reason of this censorship is extremely sinister.