In George Orwell's 1984, the main character, Winston, is being constantly watched by his own government, which goes by the moniker "Big Brother". In his dingy apartment the "telescreen", a two-way television that cannot be turned off, simultaneously watches and listens in on everything he does while blaring propaganda into his living room.
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As technology has funneled nearly all communications through vulnerable, searchable, database-ready channels, government spies seem to feel confident that any and all communications contrary to the interests of the state will pass through their omniscient electronic dragnet. However, as thorough and brilliant the NSA spymasters might be in tracking every bit and byte, the multi-billion dollar systems can be easily defeated by even a mildly determined private citizen.
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