What Is Ethical In The Movie Ethical

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Was it ethical for the Circle to have cameras on every street, in every room, and in every house, enabling them to track anyone in the world?
I. Summary
In the film The Circle, the main discussion is on privacy and how having every aspect of your life on camera disrupts your right to privacy. In the film, each citizen can be found anywhere in the world, by either cameras planted by the company or other citizens that have the Circle’s products. The movie mention that the company has the ability to track anyone, in where they present it as a good tool that could stop criminals and those who are to do harm. In other words, the right to privacy get taken into a shelf in this adaptation. This movie portrays what would happen if privacy comes to end.
II. Discussion
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V. Rawl’s Theory of Justice
When all information is known by all and everyone is trackable, everyone has the right to privacy eliminated and disrupted. However, not all of the citizens either have Circle’s product or gave permission to have all of their information out in the open. As a result of the above argument, Rawls’s Theory of Justice does not support having cameras everywhere, being able to track anyone and having personal information public.
VI. Rule Utilitarian
The rule is the Circle has cameras on every street, in every room, and in every house, enabling them to track anyone in the world. The stakeholders in the large are the company and the all the citizens. The ones that greatly benefited from no privacy is the company, since the company makes money by selling their product and they know everything about their clients. Nevertheless, people like Mercer and Mae’s parents are those who are harmed, since they didn’t give permission for their information and for them to be tracked. In conclusion, the harm outweighs the benefits, the Circle doesn’t have the right to track
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