Zuckerberg's vision of Facebook is 'Nineteen Eighty-Four' meets 'Brave New World.' Facebook is now starting to realize they have been under an utopian social network. Users have been given lots of freedom to do whatever they want on this network by posting fun vacations or to introducing a new family member to the media, but then they realized that people’s accounts have been hacked and under control. They have now decided to change Facebook a little bit by making sure accounts are under surveillance and that the company is monitoring the accounts. This went from a utopian to dystopian real fast. It has now turned dystopian by having the Facebook company monitor all of the users posts and have it under surveillance to make sure this incident will not happen again. It is now giving Facebook accounts less freedom now that they have made these changes. This relates to Harrison Bergeron because the audience in both cases are being under surveillance and controlled. Harrison is trapping the audience in the theatre and the accounts are not getting as much freedom. This is important to a dystopian society because it shows the separation from the outside world when you are under the dystopian rules and how people should have freedom to do what they want.