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The Party: The Extreme Invasion Of Privacy

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The Party takes totalitarianism to an extreme level similar to Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union. Not only does the Party have telescreens to monitor residents, but they also have helicopters that “skimmed down between the roofs… It was the police patrol, snooping into people’s windows” (4). Oceania is accustomed to living in a constant state of surveillance through technology and the patrol by the government. The Party brainwashes them into thinking Big Brother does this for their own protection. People of today's world would not accept this because it is an extreme invasion of privacy: something we take for granted. We treat privacy as a right in the United States and the intrusion of it breaks certain laws that are in place. Through these

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