Between the article “Teen Tracking Apps: Good parenting or risky?” And the book “Fahrenheit 451” trust is questioned and surveillance is brought upon the surface. In the article online, it is explained that kids feel like they are being tracked by their parents without a valid reason. When a parent tracks their child, it is possible the child will deal with psychological issues like “increased anxiety” and a “lack of confidence”. Kids may feel attacked and ask themselves what they did wrong, and lash out in result. Teens may be the group that is most affected by this, “consistent monitoring can harm parent and teen relationships”. Teenagers are likely to rebel and do whatever it takes to free themselves from their parents’ surveillance. This “over involvement” is an issue because the constant surveillance causes lack of trust between a parent and a child going both ways “constant monitoring can harm teen and parent relationships.” In Fahrenheit 451, Montag is being watched in followed in a different way, a hound is tracking him because lack of trust from his community. “He turned and the mechanical hound was there.” P.114. Montag feels as if he can’t go anywhere without being under surveillance. “ I thought she was my wife but now I don’t know” P.125 Montag isn’t trusted by the people around him anymore and is being tracked and betrayed because he is curious and he is considered different by the society he lives in. Montag truly hasn’t done anything wrong but is still being watched and decides he needs to escape in order to be free and happy. “The mechanical hound never fails.” P.126. Even though Montag knows that escaping will be difficult, he decides to rebel and fight for his freedom. Montag overcomes challenges and washes off in a river to get rid of the scent to be free from the mechanical hound that has become the tracking gps. This is a huge thing because the mechanical hound was known to have never failed in the past but Montag’s feeling of being restricted was much larger. “This network is proud to have the opportunity to follow the hound by camera helicopter as it starts in way to the target.” A huge issue with Montag being tracked is that he has no privacy at all, and cannot escape the cameras. Not only that, but the fact that the network is “proud” of what they are doing makes this an obvious dystopian society. In both of these stories, surveillance was something that both the kids, and Montag knew they needed to overcome in order to finally be free. The society we live in today has made it difficult for people to trust others because of the amount of new technology and types of surveillance that has been introduced. This is an issue because some people are not aware of the amount of surveillance our society today is really under and someone needs to decide when too much technology is too much. The way people decide to react to these situations may create a change in the world we live in today.