Total surveillance

Are we monitored everywhere and at all times?
Cameras watch relentlessly, data accumulates, financial dealings are scrutinized, and all forms of digital communication are intercepted – even within the sanctity of private spaces. Under the pretext of protecting society from crime, this pervasive monitoring infiltrates every facet of daily life, threatening to transform Western societies into surveillance states. The prospect of such an Orwellian future is not merely the concern of conspiracy theorists and sci-fi authors; it also alarms scholars and experts like Noam Chomsky, Yuval Harari, and whistleblower Edward Snowden. They condemn mass surveillance as a violation of privacy, posing severe risks to freedom and the foundational principles of democracy.