The Sleepover Club: Society Of The Spectacle And How Filming Strangers For Content Became Common Practise

Open TikTok and your for you page is likely filled with a slew of content capitalising on the lives of strangers without their consent. From random acts of kindness, to asking what someone walking past is listening to or simply starting to record when watching someone behave strangely in public; we're constantly seeking new spectacle to record on our phones in the hope of going viral. On this week's episode, Ione and Eden are discussing the moral ambiguity of building an online following using the unsuspecting public.


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