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Privacy Am I being watched right now This question is being asked more and more everyday In my view societys idea of privacy has greatly changed for the negative as nowadays we dont know whether we are under surveillance or in the comfort of our own privacy Everyday more scientific breakthroughs heed the way for new and improved technology more than likely to increase safety although is safety a good exchange for privacy One-way people have sacrificed safety for privacy is through phone taps A long time ago nobody had these machines but now everyone and their mothers have them Caller ID is a primitive phone tap which allows us to see who has called and when Anyone can purchase a little more complex version of this device which allows him or her to hear any call within a mile radius An even more complex phone tap for example one that is used by the FBI can be put on anybodys phone line which totally eliminates any privacy there used to be These machines no matter how powerful they become criminals will still find a way to one-up any new enhancements Even though privacy has changed immensely in the technological department I do not believe that it has changed in the run of the mill home Way back when parents tried to keep close tabs on their offspring At the present parents still try to keep close tabs on their offspring although now they might have a much simpler time with cellular phones pagers and the like However schools and other such buildings have significantly changed Now in most schools the students must get an ID card and carry it around wherever they go in case they want to borrow novels or books from the library and what not On each and every computer students must log in under their names allowing the professors to see whatever
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