The big brother of the future…

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Illustration of Pawel Kuczynski

What differs us from animals? Many would answer the instinct. The answer is not wrong, however it is not entirely correct. I would say that another thing that differs us from animals is modesty. If we did not have modesty our actions would not be conditioned by any shame or feeling. Although even animals have a little of modesty, especially dogs, the difference with us is really substantial. The lack of modesty is what is shaping up with the new technologies, especially 5G, which will make our lives increasingly hyperconnected. Where does our public life end and where does the private one begin? The big brother is the parody of the future. The big brother is the parody of the future. Our every look is under everyone’s eyes or at least it could be through spying means like drone and cameras.
You imagine what would happen if computer experts or hackers mounted cameras in people’s homes: there would be no more privacy.
A few days ago the Italian television program Report made a well-documented investigation into all cases of espionage in the world: staggering levels.

“Spying would perhaps be tolerable if it could be exercised by honest people”

[Montesquieu]

 

6 thoughts on “The big brother of the future…

  1. People already have cameras all over their homes. I’m no computer guy but I’m guessing those camera systems could be hacked. Right? And regarding 5G…what’s scariest is the threat it poses to our bodies. 5G can penetrate through human skin. Earlier technology could not. The β€œsay” that there’s no known evidence of 5G causing cancer. Bullshit! That’s what they said about cigarettes and a hundred other things in the past.

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