Doctors to ditch pen and paper for e-prescription services to save ВЈ300 million over next three yea

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A brazilian america essays in it. Part of the movement relied upon the Patriot Act, a set of revised laws designed to allow the government easier access to information giving the government better means of surveillance through email and the internet. With this ability, the government believes that they can maintain a stable environment without exercising totalitarian powers. On the contrary, this situation can be viewed as the creation of a panoptic state. In his essay, “Panopticism” Michel Foucault writes about how a society following panoptic principles would create the World Cup 2018: English Romance | by Christopher de Bellaigue | NYR Daily totalitarian state. The government would be capable in surveying the public, or more importantly, the government can make the people feel as if they are being watched constantly. If people are unaware of when they are being watched, they will not risk acting out of accordance with the laws placed upon them. With the enactment of the Patriot Act, the United States is developing into a panoptic institution. Gerry Spence explains that, “The notion of ‘being American’ is heavily laden with ideas of freedom. Being American and being free are often thought synonymous” (809). Slowly, this idea is becoming obsolete as many Americans now feel that the Patriot Act is merely intruding into their lives and affecting their freedom. Any form of opposition toward the government, written in an email for example, can now be viewed as treason, which can further be related to terrorism. The people in Brazil suffer from the same problem in that they are unable to uphold their Doctors to ditch pen and paper for e-prescription services to save ВЈ300 million over next three yea privacy. Similar to the “Big Brother” figure in George Orwell’s 1984, the g.

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