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<p><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>In Orwell’s novel, </strong><i><strong>1984, </strong></i><strong>he tries to bestow us the consequences of imposed privacy which</strong></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-0" class="fr-highlight-change"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>, when&nbsp;</strong></span></span><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong> we </strong></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-1" class="fr-highlight-change"><span data-tracking-deleted="true" class="fr-tracking-deleted" contenteditable="false"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>then</strong></span></span></span><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong> acquire can cause </strong></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-0" class="fr-highlight-change"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>us to not be our true selves. </strong></span></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-1" class="fr-highlight-change"><span data-tracking-deleted="true" class="fr-tracking-deleted" contenteditable="false"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>one's self to not be true</strong></span></span></span><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>. In Winston's barricaded life, every move he makes, every twitch that takes place, every smile is seen and registered by the party, in the power of what seems to be Winston's whole emotions. As the story just starts churning Winston depicts a panorama where “there [is] no way of knowing whether you [are] being watched [or heard] at any given moment. How often, or on what system, the Thought Police plugged in on any individual wire [is] guesswork” (Orwell, 6). In this way of life, privacy isn't authenticated, utilizing the words “plugged in” to show it is accessible to monitor an individual's every action with a simple task like plugging a cable in. The telescreen always recording</strong></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-0" class="fr-highlight-change"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>,</strong></span></span><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong> is </strong></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-1" class="fr-highlight-change"><span data-tracking-deleted="true" class="fr-tracking-deleted" contenteditable="false"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>an instance of</strong></span></span></span><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong> an extreme invasion of privacy and shows </strong></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-1" class="fr-highlight-change"><span data-tracking-deleted="true" class="fr-tracking-deleted" contenteditable="false"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>how</strong></span></span></span><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong> a person need</strong></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-0" class="fr-highlight-change"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong> </strong></span></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-1" class="fr-highlight-change"><span data-tracking-deleted="true" class="fr-tracking-deleted" contenteditable="false"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>s</strong></span></span></span><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong> to renew themselves for </strong></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-0" class="fr-highlight-change"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>the </strong></span></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-1" class="fr-highlight-change"><span data-tracking-deleted="true" class="fr-tracking-deleted" contenteditable="false"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>a</strong></span></span></span><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong> camera. Schools should be a place where you get that independence you don't </strong></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-0" class="fr-highlight-change"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>experience </strong></span></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-1" class="fr-highlight-change"><span data-tracking-deleted="true" class="fr-tracking-deleted" contenteditable="false"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>undergo</strong></span></span></span><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong> at home, according to Enrique Dans’ article</strong></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-0" class="fr-highlight-change"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>, and</strong></span></span><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong> this is not </strong></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-0" class="fr-highlight-change"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>the case </strong></span></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-1" class="fr-highlight-change"><span data-tracking-deleted="true" class="fr-tracking-deleted" contenteditable="false"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>occurring</strong></span></span></span><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong> in </strong></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-1" class="fr-highlight-change"><span data-tracking-deleted="true" class="fr-tracking-deleted" contenteditable="false"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>c</strong></span></span></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-0" class="fr-highlight-change"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong> C</strong></span></span><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>hinese schools, “Surveillance In Schools: Where Is This Taking Us?” </strong></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-1" class="fr-highlight-change"><span data-tracking-deleted="true" class="fr-tracking-deleted" contenteditable="false"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>this concept is down.</strong></span></span></span><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong> Rooted in this article it is</strong></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-0" class="fr-highlight-change"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong> clear&nbsp;</strong></span></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-1" class="fr-highlight-change"><span data-tracking-deleted="true" class="fr-tracking-deleted" contenteditable="false"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong> unsealed</strong></span></span></span><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong> that cameras in Chinese schools "[use] facial monitoring in the classroom not just to identify students but to detect their attitudes at all times” (Dans, Forbes). Privacy would be shredded away from young children training them to always have a grey mask on, </strong></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-0" class="fr-highlight-change"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>hiding </strong></span></span><span data-tracking="true" data-track-id="pending-1-1" class="fr-highlight-change"><span data-tracking-deleted="true" class="fr-tracking-deleted" contenteditable="false"><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong>dropping</strong></span></span></span><span style="color:#0e101a;background-color:transparent;"><strong> their emotions. These characteristics are mirrored in </strong><i><strong>1984</strong></i><strong> signaling that implementing these nefarious rules around the world would lead to an immense sinkhole of emotion. The new, quickly advancing world has omitted the problems that Orwell tries to inform us of leading to extreme suppression of emotion and the abundance of privacy.&nbsp;</strong></span></p>
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Surveillance In Schools

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Samuel Nicodemos Di Bartolo

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In Orwell’s novel, 1984, he tries to bestow us the consequences of imposed privacy which, when  we then acquire can cause us to not be our true selves. one's self to not be true. In Winston's barricaded life, every move he makes, every twitch that takes place, every smile is seen and registered by the party, in the power of what seems to be Winston's whole emotions. As the story just starts churning Winston depicts a panorama where “there [is] no way of knowing whether you [are] being watched [or heard] at any given moment. How often, or on what system, the Thought Police plugged in on any individual wire [is] guesswork” (Orwell, 6). In this way of life, privacy isn't authenticated, utilizing the words “plugged in” to show it is accessible to monitor an individual's every action with a simple task like plugging a cable in. The telescreen always recording, is an instance of an extreme invasion of privacy and shows how a person need s to renew themselves for the a camera. Schools should be a place where you get that independence you don't experience undergo at home, according to Enrique Dans’ article, and this is not the case occurring in c Chinese schools, “Surveillance In Schools: Where Is This Taking Us?” this concept is down. Rooted in this article it is clear  unsealed that cameras in Chinese schools "[use] facial monitoring in the classroom not just to identify students but to detect their attitudes at all times” (Dans, Forbes). Privacy would be shredded away from young children training them to always have a grey mask on, hiding dropping their emotions. These characteristics are mirrored in 1984 signaling that implementing these nefarious rules around the world would lead to an immense sinkhole of emotion. The new, quickly advancing world has omitted the problems that Orwell tries to inform us of leading to extreme suppression of emotion and the abundance of privacy. 


In Orwell’s novel, 1984, he tries to bestow us the consequences of imposed privacy which, when  we then acquire can cause us to not be our true selves. one's self to not be true. In Winston's barricaded life, every move he makes, every twitch that takes place, every smile is seen and registered by the party, in the power of what seems to be Winston's whole emotions. As the story just starts churning Winston depicts a panorama where “there [is] no way of knowing whether you [are] being watched [or heard] at any given moment. How often, or on what system, the Thought Police plugged in on any individual wire [is] guesswork” (Orwell, 6). In this way of life, privacy isn't authenticated, utilizing the words “plugged in” to show it is accessible to monitor an individual's every action with a simple task like plugging a cable in. The telescreen always recording, is an instance of an extreme invasion of privacy and shows how a person need s to renew themselves for the a camera. Schools should be a place where you get that independence you don't experience undergo at home, according to Enrique Dans’ article, and this is not the case occurring in c Chinese schools, “Surveillance In Schools: Where Is This Taking Us?” this concept is down. Rooted in this article it is clear  unsealed that cameras in Chinese schools "[use] facial monitoring in the classroom not just to identify students but to detect their attitudes at all times” (Dans, Forbes). Privacy would be shredded away from young children training them to always have a grey mask on, hiding dropping their emotions. These characteristics are mirrored in 1984 signaling that implementing these nefarious rules around the world would lead to an immense sinkhole of emotion. The new, quickly advancing world has omitted the problems that Orwell tries to inform us of leading to extreme suppression of emotion and the abundance of privacy. 


In Orwell’s novel, 1984, he tries to bestow us the consequences of imposed privacy which, when  we then acquire can cause us to not be our true selves. one's self to not be true. In Winston's barricaded life, every move he makes, every twitch that takes place, every smile is seen and registered by the party, in the power of what seems to be Winston's whole emotions. As the story just starts churning Winston depicts a panorama where “there [is] no way of knowing whether you [are] being watched [or heard] at any given moment. How often, or on what system, the Thought Police plugged in on any individual wire [is] guesswork” (Orwell, 6). In this way of life, privacy isn't authenticated, utilizing the words “plugged in” to show it is accessible to monitor an individual's every action with a simple task like plugging a cable in. The telescreen always recording, is an instance of an extreme invasion of privacy and shows how a person need s to renew themselves for the a camera. Schools should be a place where you get that independence you don't experience undergo at home, according to Enrique Dans’ article, and this is not the case occurring in c Chinese schools, “Surveillance In Schools: Where Is This Taking Us?” this concept is down. Rooted in this article it is clear  unsealed that cameras in Chinese schools "[use] facial monitoring in the classroom not just to identify students but to detect their attitudes at all times” (Dans, Forbes). Privacy would be shredded away from young children training them to always have a grey mask on, hiding dropping their emotions. These characteristics are mirrored in 1984 signaling that implementing these nefarious rules around the world would lead to an immense sinkhole of emotion. The new, quickly advancing world has omitted the problems that Orwell tries to inform us of leading to extreme suppression of emotion and the abundance of privacy. 

Samuel Nicodemos Di Bartolo 2020-11-24T23:16:28+00:00
Just read over it and give me pointers :) due in 45 mins