Fiction: Someone to Watch Over Me


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#2

Nice. Could be a chapter from Ian MacDonalds “Cyberabad Days”.


#3

I didn’t see that coming.


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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?


#5

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


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