Dystopian Technology in Orwell's "1984"
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The paper shows how the technological aspects of surveillance are an important problem in George Orwell's "1984" because it defines the nature of a dystopian society that abuses its citizenry through improved microphones and ocular devices. The paper compares the dystopia of Oceania to the current legislation on technology for the American War on Terror, and argues that the freedoms of Americans are being limited by unwarranted wire taps or other forms of totalitarian surveillance.
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