The article “Are The Paparazzi Just Doing Their Job, Or Are They Overstepping Their Boundaries?” and the story “Brave New World”(BNW) both address the dystopian element of citizens in a society who are constantly under surveillance, which can be very debilitating to ones life. The savage in BNW is unconventional compared to the people of the new society. When the savage is left alone at his home he can’t seem to find privacy, or get out of the public spotlight. In the story they direct paparazzi to those that stick out like a sore thumb, “Twelve days later the Savage of Surrey had been released and could be seen, heard and felt in every first-class feely-palace”(254). Huxley is getting at the idea that within a short amount of time films, pictures and videos could be released of a person. Also the quote, “Go away!’ he shouted... he seized the bunch of knotted chords from its nail behind the door and shook it at his tormentors,”(225), shows that the reporters constant intrusions into personal matters, add unnecessary stress to the victims (celebrities in real world) life. He is warning his readers that if something isn’t done to stop the paparazzi from constantly peering into personal lives, the depressed feelings and actions of those that are being watched could be taken to drastic measures. In Brave New World the savage couldn’t handle the reporters animosity, and decided he’d rather not live at all, than in a life of constant surveillance. The article talks about a real life example, “the case of Princess Diana, who died in a Paris car crash that was blamed in part on paparazzi,” this proves that the paparazzi could be and have been detrimental to the lives of real people. Also in the title the author proposes, “It is a vicious cycle… If people want to end the intrusive behavior of the paparazzi, they should stop purchasing the magazines.” The author points out that even though the paparazzi’s excessive photo taking and videotaping are major issues, the fact that people endorse them through buying magazines they are the real causes of the problem. If people continue to buy the paparazzi’s products and give them money to make a living, why would they stop? This is where everyone as a whole needs to come together, stop the invasion of privacy and come to a realization that everything in life doesn’t have to be documented. Individuals must avoid the media and cameras to start truly enjoying their lives in real time.