Is privacy no longer sacrosanct?

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Did George Orwell really get it so wrong in his iconic book of a future dystopia – 1984? Could he not have predicted we would wilfully buy the cameras and seek attention! Is privacy no longer sacrosanct? Are we all going to be simply algorith...

Did George Orwell really get it so wrong in his iconic book of a future dystopia – 1984? Could he not have predicted we would wilfully buy the cameras and seek attention!

Is privacy no longer sacrosanct?

Are we all going to be simply algorithms within a faceless supercomputer or are we still going to cling onto real values, with real people with real outcomes, not a perceived lifestyle on some social media website?

Is the future ours to simply change or are we through subtle narcissism, being led blindly down the superconductive highways?

With the influx of apps demanding access to all areas of privacy, are we simply handing over our sovereignty without a second thought?

Did Orwell get his dates wrong – should it have been 2014 and Beyond?

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