The Influence Of Social Media In 1984 By George Orwell

“You have nothing to fear, if you have nothing to hide.” This phrase was first introduced in George Orwell’s novel 1984, where Orwell created a dictatorial government that addressed itself as “Big Brother”, a sort of benevolent nickname for the higher powers that actually watched over it’s citizens obsessively, and managed their behavior like an eye in the sky. The phrase has also been used in British closed-circuit television (otherwise known simply as video surveillance) which was used experimentally during the 1970’s. During that time period, citizens rebelled against the higher-power that had assumed the right to sift through personal information for the sake of monitoring individuals. New-age technology has herded first-world citizens to document their lives for the public, using methods such as “Tweeting”, “Snapchatting”, and…show more content…
He is the senior Vice President and multimedia editor of Black Enterprise, a world renowned media organization. According to the official Black Enterprise website on it’s author tab, he is a “content leader, brand representative and expert resource for all media platforms under the Black Enterprise brand, including the magazine, television shows, web site, social media and live networking events.” This would make him completely qualified to give his own take on using social media for methods other than simple sharing between friends. Edmond understands the values of social media, and how it’s usage has affected modern society as either a positive or negative impact. Perhaps the most astounding qualification of Edmond was his helping to lead the transition of Black Enterprise from a single-magazine publisher to a digital-first media company. Edmond also hosts The Urban Business Roundtable and Money Matters, radio shows produced by Canadian broadcasting companies. Using his powered business background, Edmond uses his expertise of factual evidence on social media branches to persuade his
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