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Panopticism, a social theory conceptualized by Foucault, has been readdressed within the scope of surveillance practices with the rise of technology. Black Mirror, a popular science-fiction series, questions the possible (mostly adverse) outcomes of living in a hightech world in a dystopian atmosphere with a focus on surveillance. Although the anthology series have various unrelated episodes raising concern over different subjects and themes, panoptic surveillance stands out as the recurrentdoi:10.17719/jisr.2019.3029 fatcat:g4xl7xu7qbgrbnfw5v3mmjuuji