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Flat White

Australia’s corporate Surveillance State

20 June 2022

11:00 AM

20 June 2022

11:00 AM

During the mid-20th century, George Orwell famously wrote a novel featuring the sinister embodiment of surveillance, the Big Brother State. In his 1984, the people of the State were watched closely. Privacy was a thing of the past and rendered virtually impossible due to extreme government overreach.

In 2022, we are beginning to see the ‘fictional’ premise taken up and implemented in various ways by our government and corporations.

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