Fiction: Someone to Watch Over Me




Nice. Could be a chapter from Ian MacDonalds "Cyberabad Days".


I didn't see that coming.


Surveillance inherently motivates and creates further levels of surveillance, how else are you supposed to know if the watchers who are watching the watchers watchers are doing their jobs? I have a aunt who works for the NSA, in the past at certain times we could clearly hear a secondary click when hanging up the phone. Sure is a great system, eh?


This is so good. Definitely a 1984 vibe (of course).


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