Big Brother Is Always Watching Us

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On a rather momentous lunch occasion it was noticed that there were CCTVs (also known as Closed Circuit Television) in a casual setting, something that brought to mind idea of being constantly monitored by somebody else. In most families the practice of personal space is paramount — not just to allow one to feel safe and secure, but also to have time to relax and unwind.

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