What Are George Orwell's Predictions

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Have you ever felt that someone is watching everything you do when you are using your digital device? The National Security Agency is an organization where they get to see every single thing you do on social media. Nineteen Eighty-Four is a political book where George Orwell expresses his thoughts on today’s society. George Orwell wrote his novel in nineteen forty-nine and politically predicted how society would be decades in the future. Orwell was accurate in making these predictions, which were effective because the novel’s predictions were right. People get monitored twenty-four seven, the past is the same as today’s society, and the government sees people’s thoughts.
George Orwell was accurate when making predictions from his novel to today’s society. In the …show more content…

In our world, Society gets watched twenty-four seven and some people know it, but they either do not care or just go along. So in reality, Society could prevent this problem by removing social media off of their habits and be spy free. “Young adults (85% of whom are smartphone owners) are also incorporating their mobile devices into a host of information seeking and transactional behaviors. About three-quarters of 18-29 year old smartphone owners have used their phone in the last year to get information about a health condition; about seven-in-ten have used their phone to do online banking or to look up information about job; 44% have consumed educational content on their phone; and 34% have used their phone to apply for a job.” “Behind Winston’s back the voice from the telescreen was still babbling away...of course no way of knowing whether you were being watched at any given moment” (2-3). In Oceania, society gets watched whether they like it or not, and they can’t think for themselves because Big Brother has brainwashed them and led them to being

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