Are These Human Rights Abuses Real Life, Or Black Mirror?
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Are These Human Rights Abuses Real Life, Or Black Mirror?

By Edd Church, Journalist 5 Jul 2018
Justice

No one does scarily realistic tech on TV like Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror team. Can you guess if these human rights violating technologies are from real life, or Black Mirror?

Overly invasive technology can infringe on people’s right to liberty, security, freedom of thought, and to a family and private life. Would you recognise it in your own life?

Real life, or Black Mirror?

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About The Author

Edd Church Journalist

Edd is a University student and journalist interested in reporting on human rights issues across the UK including those of class, race, and gender. He also enjoys listening to podcasts in his spare time, alongside recording his own content for student radio.

Edd is a University student and journalist interested in reporting on human rights issues across the UK including those of class, race, and gender. He also enjoys listening to podcasts in his spare time, alongside recording his own content for student radio.