Xybor & the Cosmonauts | Watching the Watchers - single

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Watching the Watchers - single

by Xybor & the Cosmonauts

We live in a surveillance society. Everything you do is being collected and collated, with privacy now a quaint relic of the past. This song is a call for two-way transparency, so we can see what "the watchers" are up to ... and they are watching you!
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Watching the Watchers was initially issued on my Cosmology CD. This version has been completely re-recorded and remixed to tighten it up and give it more edge and punch.

The song is about the surveillance in which we find ourselves. This loss of privacy is inevitable. However, we citizens and netizens find ourselves under increasing scrutiny by governments and corporations need to be diligent and press to turn the lens around and make information transparent both ways. We need to understand who is collecting information, what information they are collecting and what they are using it for.

If this sounds paranoid, it is. But remember, just because you are paranoid, that doesn't mean that you don't need to worry. Paranoids can have enemies, too. "We have met the enemy and he is ... us" (Pogo, 1970 Earth Day Poster).


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