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Age of the Enlightenment →
Enlightenment philosopher Jeremy Bentham famously theorized that, with his Panopticon device, people could be controlled because they would believe they are being observed. In this dystopia, people are rated by peers and are therefore never off, never anonymous, and always observed.
In this fictional world how do people respond to their interactions?
Do you think people behave differently when their actions are observed and recorded?