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surveillance? 1) people come to behave as though they were always being observed(self-policing).
2) people never can be sure when they are being observed, as they cannot see the observers.
3) people are classified impersonally and automaticlly using categories such as student, worker, patient, poor, or terrorist.
4) surveillance is a necessary function of a state that wishes to impose policing.

*dream police*

If panopticon means cells arranged around a perimeter and observed from the center...hmmmmm #3?