April 30, 2019

Are we becoming desensitised to surveillance?

Jordan McDowall, 25

The unprecedented growth in technology we have seen over the past few decades has given rise to a whole new range of ways in which we can be monitored – not just through conventional means; as our digital lives are often open to others as well.

Beyond questions of morality, or infringement on personal privacy – I ask instead that with mass surveillance becoming such a large (and easy to forget) part of our lives, if we are fast becoming numb to its presence – and if so, what else in our modern lives might we being desensitised to without even realising?

Everyday Eyes
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