How to write a script: not only watching movies, but also reading a lot of current affairs and books

– Outline the idea
– 3-Act Structure by Syd Field
– Divide the whole story into each scene
– Fill in the scene with the actor lines
– The final embellishment of the manuscript
– Please more than one person to give comments, repeat the above again and again

Through I reflected the feedback from the script intervention and did more deep researches about data right and privacy, I added more serious issue into this film, which was I also concern about. As Stephen Hawking’s words that ” our future is a race between the growing power of our technology and the wisdom with which we use it, Let’s make sure that wisdom wins.” With the rapid development of digital technology, how can digital data protection regulations keep up with the public’s growing awareness of privacy.

Also these days, one of my friends, he passed away, and Boris Johnson has warned the British public that “many more families are going to lose loved ones”, so that my researches went to the sadness direction.

There is a quote that “...followed his death, his own
individual privacy went out the window.... The integrity
of self that we all desire, in both life and death, is
disturbed by our contemporary capacity to record text and
audio data, circulate it effortlessly online, and thus
sell newspapers, advertising or books. ""
( John, 2017, P244 )

Thus, I am wondering if there is a law that could protect our digital data indefinitely, even after death. Thus, the question is here, How can film influence people’s opinion of data collection and usage, when shown a specific application and its benefits such as deceased people’s data used as a coping mechanism for bereavement?”

 

 

 

 

Bibliography:

– John, Cheney-Lippold ( May, 2017 ) We Are Data: Algorithms and the Making of Our Digital Selves. Publisher : NYU Press. ISBN-13 : 978-1479857593

 

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