Ethical Issues in the 2002 Steven Spielberg Movie Minority Report

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Ethical Issues in The 2002 Steven Spielberg Movie
Minority Report Technology is progressing every day. We have come so far in the past ten years. Imagine life in 2054, and what life will be like. That is what Philip K. Dick did in 1956 when he wrote the short story Minority Report, which was later produced as a movie. In the movie Minority Report, a team of officers led by John Anderson (Tom Cruise), work together in the precime division. They collect information given by precogs to find murder suspects and victims before the crime actually happens. Precogs are three humans that were born with a brain disease. This brain disease affected others but these three are the only ones who survived. The disease caused some mutation and …show more content…

Of course the precogs see this act and the crime is prevented and the man is arrested. This gave Burgess the opportunity to kill her himself. He told the mother to meet him in the same location that the crime was going to happen, he dressed the same way and killed her. When the images came up of the murder, the files were deleted. They were seen as a copied

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