|A Pace Odyssey||
Weekly Literary Quote
Every man is surrounded by a neighborhood of voluntary spies.
In 1984, there is no boundary between one's work and one's "personal" life.
In the age of social media, colleges and employers are conducting online "background checks" of potential and current students/employees with increasing fequency, and the line between our private and "professional" lives is becoming ever thinner.
Also, conducting work/school from home in our current situation has made that distinction virtually nonexistent.
How much right do you think an employer, school, or other organization should have to investigate your past or personal life? Why? Explain.