Privacy Law and the Role of Private Freedoms
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The paper looks at how Wim Wenders' film, "The End of Violence", critically addresses the paranoia and downfalls of our surveillance culture and shows the futility of our preoccupation with protection through this avenue.
From the Paper:"Surveillance precautions and securities seem to be good in that they protect us from the constant threat of violence. We hear about assaults, robberies and horror stories on the news every day. In a response to this, we see cameras and surveillance mechanisms everywhere: when we go to the mall, when we're buying groceries, when we're driving in our cars, and even when we're sending the casual email. At the same time, a line needs to be drawn so that the precautions being made to "keep us safe" do not infringe on our private freedoms. Wim Wenders' film, "The End of Violence",..."
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Privacy Law and the Role of Private Freedoms (2009, December 01) Retrieved July 06, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/film-review/privacy-law-and-the-role-of-private-freedoms-144486/
"Privacy Law and the Role of Private Freedoms" 01 December 2009. Web. 06 July. 2022. <https://www.academon.com/film-review/privacy-law-and-the-role-of-private-freedoms-144486/>