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  • Enemy Of The State Analysis

    (1650)The Governmental Abuse of Power: The Unethical Misuse of Satellite Surveillance Technology in Enemy of the State (1998) This film study will define the unethical misuse of satellite surveillance technology by the government in Enemy of the State (1998), which is a form of governmental abuse of the privacy and legal rights of the citizen. The use of satellite technology in this film defines the power of the National Security Agency (NSA) to observe and monitor the general public as a form of intrusion into the privacy and legal rights of the American citizen. Thomas Brian Reynolds (Jon Voight) is a corrupt NSA official that wants control by legally implementing a super high tech satellite surveillance system that will be observe and/or monitor almost any human being around the world. Reynolds had planned on getting the congressional support of Congressman Phil Hammersley (Jason Robards), but the congressman’s failure to comply with his request to expand surveillance capabilities results in his death. Of course, Reynolds is the culprit, since he desires to gain greater surveillance powers through corrupt politicians that will make the new surveillance system legal. However, Hammersley’s death has inadvertently been video taped by Daniel Zavits (Jason Lee), and he also becomes a target of the NSA. More so, the primary protagonist, Robert Clayton Dean (Will Smith), unknowingly receives the tape from Zavits, which makes him the next target for attack by the all-powerful…

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  • Genesis 1-2 Summary

    Now compare it with Genesis 1:1 – 2:3. What are the similarities and differences in what the second story has to say about God, about the manner of God’s creation, about the world, about humanity, and man and women, about anything else that story talks about, about the message of the two stories, and about how they would have brought good news or challenge to their readers? In Genesis chapters 1:1 – 2:3 and Genesis chapters 2:4 – 3:24, I identified several similarities and differences. The…

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