As of 2010, an average person in a democratic, industrialized country is under more surveillance than ever before. In this video, an attorney, a sociologist and an artist – each of whom have a unique relationship with surveillance – discuss what it means to live in a surveillance culture. This video is meant to provoke questions, start conversations and raise awareness.From government wiretapping to Facebook, GPS systems to credit card swipes, Google searches to nanny cams- how are you being watched? What are the implications of living in a surveillance culture? Are we safer or are our civil liberties threatened?
2010 TRT: 28 minutes #336